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NCAA, COVID and Paying Players: Negotiating Payment in the Midst of...

By Antitrust Advocate Last year we examined the decision in Alston v. NCAA, an opinion by U.S. District Judge...
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The State of U.S. Federal Antitrust Enforcement

By Michael Kades (Equitable Growth) Competition policy in the United States has become a major public policy issue for the...

Abusing Antitrust Enforcement for Personal Gain? Malawi’s Competition Agency Misled by...

By Editor (African Antitrust) As it turns out, some savvy ‘entrepreneurs’ have been able to use competition-law enforcement on...
Law

Protecting the ‘Law’ in Competition Law

By Pablo Ibañez Colomo (Chilling Competition) Competition law is undergoing an exciting – perhaps unprecedented – period of reform...

De-classified: What Really Happened to Newspapers

By Nic Hopkins (Google Australia Blog) In the mid-1990s the status of newspapers as the main source of news to...
Big Tech

Competition Laws and Corporate Innovation

By: Ross Levine, Chen Lin, Lai Wei & Wensi Xie (Oxford Business Law Blog) Does competition increase or decrease innovation?...
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Forbidden Fruit

By Ramsi Woodcock (What am I Missing?) As if to remind those who might still be confused about what...
Digital

Seeing the Whole Picture on Avoidance Devices

By Pre-Merger Notification Staff (FTC) Under the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act and Rules, parties cannot use a transaction structure for the...
Facebook

An Analysis of the “Roadmap for an Antitrust Case Against Facebook”

This paper is an analysis of the “Roadmap for an Antitrust Case Against Facebook” (the “Roadmap”), and the degree to which the...
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50 Years of Blaming Milton Friedman. Here’s Another Idea.

By Binyamin Appelbaum, The New York Times Liberals love to blame Milton Friedman for the misbehavior of American corporations.

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