Innovation, Litigation, and New Drugs

Posted by Social Science Research Network Innovation, Litigation, and New Drugs Ramsi Woodcock (Georgia State University) Abstract: The study of patent settlements that specify the date...

Two Ironies of UPL Laws

Posted by Social Science Research Network Two Ironies of UPL Laws David McGowan (University of San Diego) Abstract:       Laws that require a license to practice...

Fair and effective competition policy in the EU: Which role for...

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Marco Bronckers, Leiden University - Leiden Law School Anne Vallery, ask Fair and Effective Competition Policy in the EU: Which...

Public and Private Enforcement of Competition Law – A Differentiated Approach

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Kai Hüschelrath Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and Sebastian Peyer University of East Anglia (UEA) - Centre for Competition...

Patent Holdups

Posted by Social Science Research Network Patent Holdups Daryl Lim (The John Marshall Law School) Abstract: Holdups have gained infamy from the image of knuckled-under implementers...

What Can Merger Retrospectives Tell Us? An Assessment of European Mergers

Posted by Social Science Research Network What Can Merger Retrospectives Tell Us? An Assessment of European Mergers Franco Mariuzzo, Peter L. Ormosi (University of East Anglia) &...

What is Fair and Reasonable? Determining Frand Royalties: The Difficult Tasks...

Posted by Social Science Research Network What is Fair and Reasonable? Determining Frand Royalties: The Difficult Tasks of Courts and Arbiters in the Smartphone Patent...

Parallel Federal/State Antitrust Investigations

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Stephen D. Houck (Menaker & Herrmann LLP) explores Parallel Federal/State Antitrust Investigations ABSTRACT: Most state antitrust enforcement actions are brought by...

Competition Law Gone Global: Introducing the Comparative Competition Law and Enforcement...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Competition Law Gone Global: Introducing the Comparative Competition Law and Enforcement Datasets By Anu Bradford & Nathaniel Sokol (Columbia University), ...

US, not European, banks more exposed to a slump

By The Editorial Board, Financial Times A weakening global economic outlook spells trouble for banks — even more than...

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