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Speech, Innovation, and Competition

Observers contend that concentrated power in digital markets threatens free speech. At the root of this anxiety is that private companies have...

The Science of China’s Frand Rate-Setting

By He Jing In recent years China’s courts and antitrust authorities have increasingly played significant roles in setting FRAND...

Antitrust Enforcement and Litigation in China’s Internet Industry

By Zhan Hao, Song Ying, Lv Hongjie & Wei Fei As the world’s largest internet market and one of...

Digital Data as an Essential Facility: Control

This paper examines the question of data as an essential facility. It argues that rather than size being the biggest driver of...
5G EU

5G, FRAND Licensing, and EU Competition Law: Analytical Rigor and Persistent...

It is now undisputed that 5G and IoT will revolutionize many industries, from energy to healthcare, manufacturing, and mobility. The dissemination of...

Collective Bargaining in Times of Platform Work

Collective bargaining can help workers and companies adapt to the opportunities and challenges of a changing world of work. Even if to...
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Grasping the Meaning of Big Tech Antitrust Consent

By Giovanna Massarotto (UCL & University of Iowa)1   I. Is Antitrust all about a Paradox? Many academic lawyers and economists see antitrust...

Information Exchange among Competitors: The Lay of the Land of Enforcement...

Information Exchange among Competitors: The Lay of the Land of Enforcement in Brazil1 By Ana Paula Martinez2 & Mariana Tavares de Araujo3 (Levy & Salomão Advogados) I....

The Bias Against Low-Wage Labor Markets in Merger Analysis

Why are labor harms so rarely pled in antitrust cases? One factor may be the bias against low-wage labor markets in merger...

ECJ Ruling on Paroxetine

By James Killick, Marc Israel, Jérémie Jourdan & Aqeel Kadri (White & Case LLP)1 On January 30, 2020 (just sneaking in before Brexit), the European...

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