Leniency Policies: Revolution or Religion? (Introduction)

By Caron Beaton-Wells (Melbourne Law School) Deterring, detecting and prosecuting cartel conduct is a high priority for competition authorities worldwide. This conduct involves various forms...

How Elizabeth Warren came up with a plan to break up...

By Sheelah Kolhatkar, The New Yorker When Robert Bork published “The Antitrust Paradox,” in 1978, concerns about monopolies suppressing competition were not new. The first U.S....

Government Antitrust Probe Of Tech Companies May Threaten Innovation

By Tim Bajarin, Forbes Like many in Silicon Valley, I have watched the most recent moves by the FTC and other government agencies who are...

Politics, Identity, and Class Certification on the U.S. Courts of Appeals

By Stephen B. Burbank (University of Pennsylvania) & Sean Farhang (Berkeley Law School) This article draws on novel data and presents the results of the...

The Chicago School’s Limited Influence on International Antitrust

By Anu Bradford (Columbia University), Adam S. Chilton & Filippo Maria Lancieri (University of Chicago) Beginning in the 1950’s, a group of scholars primarily associated...

Assessing Merger Impacts on Consumer Welfare in a Converging Internet Marketplace

By Rob Frieden (Pennsylvania State University) This article identifies substantial flaws in how U.S. government agencies and courts assess merger proposals by ventures operating in...

Invidious Price Discrimination in the Sale of Rapid Acting Insulin: Is...

By Warren S. Grimes (Southwestern Law School) Price discrimination is rampant in the sale of rapid acting insulin and other patented drugs. That discrimination frequently...

Summer reading tips from the EU’s competition chiefs

By Thibault Larger "It's summer, the holidays, thank God, what happiness! We've got the sky, the sun and the sea," as the French chanson...

Antitrust Division Acts to Reward Corporate Compliance

The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (“Division”) now considers a company’s compliance program at the charging and sentencing stages in a criminal...

Section 2 Mangled: FTC v. Qualcomm on the Duty to Deal,...

By Joshua D. Wright & Douglas H. Ginsburg (George Mason University), Lindsey Edwards (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati) Judge Koh handed down a sweeping opinion...

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