Consumer compensation and private antitrust enforcement in the U.K. – setting...

By Sebastian Peyer In 2015, the U.K. government introduced opt-out group actions for claims based on breaches of competition law. The Consumer Rights Act 2015...
The Yates Memorandum’s Impact of U.S. Cartel Enforcement: Evolution or Revolution?

The Yates Memorandum’s Impact of U.S. Cartel Enforcement: Evolution or Revolution?

By Robert E. Bloch, Kelly B. Kramer & Stephen M. Medlock - This paper suggests that the Yates Memorandum marks a significant change in the DOJ’s approach to...
Market Dominance Under The Anti-Monopoly Law: SAIC’s Landmark Decision On Tetra Pak

Market Dominance Under The Anti-Monopoly Law: SAIC’s Landmark Decision On Tetra...

By Vanessa Yanhua Zhang, John Jiong Gong & Amanda Jing Yang - On November 16, 2016, SAIC issued a press release on its over-four-year investigation...

CPI Talks: Interview with Judge Diane Wood, 2nd District...

By courtesy of the Alianza por la Competencia, CIDAC & CIDE In this issue CPI interviews Judge Diane Wood about forthcoming judicial decisions, disruptive innovation,...
5G

The Advent of 5G: Should Technological Evolution Lead to Regulatory Revolution?

By Peter Alexiadis & Tony Shortall - A question which the authors seek to address is whether the broad political commitment to fulfilling 5G objectives across...
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Big Data, Big Concerns?

By Maikel Van Wissen & Lodewick Prompers -  The role that big data plays in the financial services industry is changing at a rapid pace. Data...

Price Signaling: Deciphering the Shipping Forecast

By Lilly Fiedler & Nicholas Frey - This article discusses the state of the law and the increased regulatory interest in price signaling. The authors consider the recent proposed...
Recent Developments in Japanese Cartel Enforcement – Time for a Change?

Recent Developments in Japanese Cartel Enforcement – Time for a Change?

By Atsushi Yamada - This year, the Japan Fair Trade Commission celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the leniency system in Japan. As of March 2016, there...
Indian Merger Control – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Indian Merger Control – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

By Naval Satarawala Chopra & Aparna Mehra - This article addresses the trends and challenges of the merger control regime in India.The merger control regime...
Rebates: Formalism, Effects and the Real World

Rebates: Formalism, Effects and the Real World

By Lia Vitzilaiou - Rebates by dominant undertakings are a controversial area in competition law. While they can be part of genuine price competition and lead...
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