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Antitrust review at the FTC: staying the course during uncertain times

By Ian Conner, Bureau of Competition As we navigate uncharted waters in our work and home lives in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a...

The Appropriate Legal Standard and Sufficient Economic Evidence for Exclusive Dealing...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Appropriate Legal Standard and Sufficient Economic Evidence for Exclusive Dealing Under Section 2: The FTC's McWane Case -...

Interlocking Directorates and Anti-Competitive Risks: An Enforcement Gap in Europe?

Posted by Social Science Research Network Interlocking Directorates and Anti-Competitive Risks: An Enforcement Gap in Europe? Florence Thépot, Florian Hugon & Mathieu Luinaud (Droit & Croissance) Abstract:...

The Antitrust F Word: Fairness Considerations in Competition Law

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Antitrust F Word: Fairness Considerations in Competition Law By Sandra Marco Colino This paper explores value of fairness as a goal...
Biden

Biden Is Expected to Keep Scrutiny of Tech Front and Center

By Cecilia Kang, David McCabe & Jack Nicas (New York Times) The tech industry had it easy under President Barack Obama. Regulators brought no major charges, executives rotated...

Beyond ‘Hipster Antitrust’: A Critical Perspective on the European Commission’s Google...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Beyond ‘Hipster Antitrust’: A Critical Perspective on the European Commission's Google Decision By Angela Daly (Queensland University of Technology) Abstract:  ...
Big Tech

1980s AT&T Antitrust Fight May Give Lawmakers Map To Rein In...

By Jon Reid (Bloomberg) To curb the power of Big Tech, lawmakers are eyeing a world where Facebook users could communicate seamlessly with users of...

Exploitative Abuses of Intellectual Property Rights

Posted by Social Science Research Network Exploitative Abuses of Intellectual Property Rights Harry First (New York University School of Law) Abstract:      It is the standard view...

A View Across the Atlantic: The Arc and Architecture of Private...

Posted by Social Science Research Network A View Across the Atlantic: The Arc and Architecture of Private Enforcement Regimes in the United States and Europe...
US Law

Antitrust Is Back in America

By Eric Posner, Project Syndicate With growing momentum behind efforts to reform and strengthen US antitrust enforcement, a decades-long trend toward increasing market concentration may...

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