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American Express

Competition Law As Common Law: American Express and the Evolution of...

By A. Douglas Melamed (Stanford) We explore the implications of the widely accepted understanding that competition law is common...
NCAA

The NCAA, Fair Pay to Play, Antitrust Scrutiny, and the Need...

By Marc Edelman (City University of New York) This published keynote address explains why the NCAA's threat to ban...
COVID

Some Crisis Impacts in Antitrust Will Reverberate

By Eleanor Tyler, Bloomberg Antitrust regulators adjusted quickly to the Covid-19 crisis and attendant economic disruption.
Big Tech

The Pandemic Has Made Sudden Heroes of the Tech Companies—for Now

By Laura Forman, Wall Street Journal Technology companies: villains or heroes? Oppressive or empowering? The hazards of technology have...
Network effects

Does Antitrust Have Digital Blind Spots?

By John M. Yun, (George Mason University) Antitrust law is at a crossroad. Over the past forty years, following...
NCAA

Why Congress Would Be Crazy To Grant The NCAA An Antitrust...

By Marc Edelman, Forbes At the same time that the National Collegiate Athletic Association unveiled last week a new...
blockchain

Antitrust Law and Blockchain(s): Preparing the Field

By Mariateresa Maggiolino (Bocconi University) & Laura Zoboli (University of Warsaw) The paper sets the scene for the correct...
merger

Challenging Consummated Mergers Under Section 2

By Douglas H. Ginsburg (DC Circuit) & Koren Wong-Ervin (Antitrust Partner at Axinn, Veltrop, & Harkrider LLP) In the...
Tech

The Immunity of the Tech Giants

By Kara Swisher, New York Times If power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely, how can we...
COVID

The Coronavirus and the Future of Big Tech

By Isaac Chotiner, The New Yorker "She hates the United States perhaps worse than any person I’ve ever met."...

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