NOV-14(2)

In this issue: In the antitrust debate arena, health care topics are the gifts that just keep on giving—always something new to discuss, analyze, or...

NOV-14(1)

In this issue: Information exchanges between competitors have long challenged global competition authorities. Whether via trade associations or otherwise, such exchanges can be productive for...

OCT-14(2)

In this issue: Last issue we looked at how protectionist sentiments are playing out in Europe; for this issue, we've invited four Asian experts to take...

The Public Interest and Competition-Based Scrutiny of Mergers: Lessons from the...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Alex Chisholm, Nelson Jung, Oct 15, 2014 Developments over the past few months have...

OCT-14(1)

In this issue: Protectionist sentiments are becoming more significant in merger control considerations, especially in Europe. Can public interest exemptions or other protectionist considerations bring benefits that would...

SEP-14(2)

In this issue: Obama Care has brought a classic cost-benefit question in health care to the forefront: How to improve health care while controlling costs?...

SEP-14(1)

In this issue: In Motorola Mobility, the Seventh Circuit is readying to rehear a lawsuit that will (hopefully) clarify the extent of U.S. antitrust law’s...

AUG-14(2)

In this issue: We're ending the summer with a departure from our usual focus on a single topic, rather presenting a diverse and topical assortment...

AUG-14(1)

In this issue: We're presenting two symposia this issue. A diverse variety of competition authorities and advocates tell us what's on their minds, including Canada...

JUL-14(2)

In this issue: Antitrust and advertising can be surprisingly intertwined, but the relationship doesn't receive much attention. This issue addresses that problem. First we look...

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