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Eyes Wide Open: There Are No Blinders In Merger Reviews

By: Tara Isa Koslov & Heather M. Johnson (FTC) The FTC's Bureau of Competition sometimes reviews proposed mergers against the...
Data

Fire & Fawning

By: Scott Galloway (No Mercy/No Malice) Big tech has won before the hearing starts. Agreeing to let all four testify...

Apple v. Commission: The Verdict’s In

By: Mike Lane & Isabel Taylor (Slaughter & May) The victory for Apple and Ireland in their €13bn State aid...
tech

Apple App Store’s Commission Rates Study Misses the Mark

By: Damien Geradin (The Platform Law Blog) On 22 July 2020, i.e. a few days away from the Congressional...

Why Competition Law Is So Important for Developing Countries

By: Thomas Cheng (ProMarket) Among the central issues in international competition law is the question of whether developing countries...
Big Tech

Regulating Technology

By: Benedict Evans (Benedict Evans) Technology was a small industry until very recently. It was exciting and interesting, and...
COVID

COVID-19, Tech Firms, and the Case for Data Sharing

By: Sara Nyman (World Bank) It won’t have escaped anyone’s attention that some tech firms—especially big tech platforms—have played a...
Essilor

Permian-Triassic Extinction Event Antitrust Post

By: Ramsi Woodcock (What Am I Missing?) There is much food for antitrust thought in evolutionary history if you think...

Why the Political Misuse of Antitrust Must be Prevented

By: Jonathan B. Baker (ProMarket) Antitrust is a powerful machine— both for maintaining competition and for advancing the interests...

South Africa’s Second Price Gouging Case: Dis-Chem Penalised for Excessive Pricing...

By:Michael-James Currie & John Oxenham (African Antitrust) On 14 July 2020, the South African Competition Tribunal published its written...

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