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Antitrust for Kids: No Traitors Allowed: Golf and Monopolization

By: Molly Donovan & Luke Hasskamp (The Antitrust Attorney) Liv is 8. She just moved to town from out of state and has 3 new...
Meta

FTC’s case against Meta’s acquisition of Within seeks to shape the...

By: Marc McCarthy (Brookings Institution) On October 21, 2021, the day after Facebook changed its name to Meta, the company agreed to acquire Within Unlimited, a virtual...
Artificial intelligence

‘Risks Posed By AI Are Real’: EU Moves To Beat The...

By Kalyeena Makortoff, The Guardian It started with a single tweet in November 2019. David Heinemeier Hansson, a high-profile tech entrepreneur, lashed out at Apple’s...
EU Law

Private Enforcement and Antitrust Consensual Dispute Resolution in Europe

By Enrique Sanjuan (University of Malaga) Articles 18 and 19 of the Damages Directive 2014 include, in development of the provisions of recitals 5 and...
Digital

Retail Platform Bias?

By George S. Ford (Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies) & Michael Stern (Auburn University) We offer a simple analysis of...
Potential Competition as Process and Structure

Agenda 2025: Time For A Comeback? The Case For Structural Antitrust

By: Dominik Piétron (D'Kart) There is no doubt, market concentration has increased in the past decades. Large firms owe their expanding empires as much to technological...
Disruptive Innovations Digital Platforms Epic Games Apple Rappi iFood

“Yo Competition!”: How America Can Learn From Rocky & Win the...

By: Alex Petros (Public Knowledge) In Rocky IV, all-American underdog Rocky Balboa faces his stiffest challenge yet—Soviet colossus Ivan Drago. Drago’s training consists of high-tech scientific...
Monopolizing the Digital Agricultural Information Market: John Deere’s Nefarious “Right to Repair” Scheme

FTC Announces Three Right-To-Repair Cases: Do Your Warranties Comply With The...

By: Lesley Fair (Federal Trade Commission) Kaput. Kerflooey. On the fritz. Regardless of what you call it, when products break down, consumers have a choice....
Uncertainty and Two Theories of Harm in Nascent Competitor Acquisitions

The Catch-22 of AICOA’s Guidelines

By: Geoffrey Manne (Truth on The Market) If S.2992—the American Innovation and Choice Online Act or AICOA—were to become law, it would be, at the very...
Combating Anti-Competitive Behavior Involving Algorithms: Platform Design and Organizational Process

Competition Commission Releases Online Intermediation Platform Market Inquiry Provisional Summary Report

By: Nicola Taljaard (African Antitrust) On 13 July 2022, the South African Competition Commission (“Commission”) released a Provisional Summary Report (“Report”) on the Online Intermediation...
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