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Monopsony Power and COVID-19: Should We Appoint Exempt Monopsonists to Deal...

The novel strain of coronavirus COVID-19 has upended countless areas of life, from home economics to the structure of global supply chains....

Antitrust in Times of National and Global Emergencies

By Reiko Aoki (Japan Fair Trade Commission)1   Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic is being compared to the Spanish flu and other pandemics of the past. Past experiences...
04.2

Labor Practices Can Be an Antitrust Problem Even When Labor Markets...

In this article I argue that labor practices that are detrimental to workers can be an antitrust problem even if the labor...
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IPR Policy as Strategy – The Battle to Define the Meaning...

The current contentions over SEP licensing in mobile telecommunications is primarily a result of the success of standardization to build a multi-trillion-dollar...

Proposed Amendments to China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: What are the Changes and...

By Fay Zhou, Arthur Peng, Vivian Cao & Xi Liao1 The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) published on January 2, 2020 draft amendments...

Non-Self-Enforcing Remedies and the Recent Modification to the Ticketmaster/Live Nation Merger...

Merger remedies may be offered by the merging parties or demanded by antitrust enforcers in cases in which a merger promises benefits...

The Equitable Future of Intercollegiate Athletics

For too long now, the NCAA has hidden behind its veil of “amateurism” to justify depriving college athletes of reasonable compensation for...
03.2

Measurement of Market Concentration Faced by Labor Pools: Theory and Evidence...

No-poaching clauses in franchise agreements recently have attracted widespread attention from the press, state Attorneys General, private litigations, and Congress. The concern...

“How Tech Rolls”: Potential Competition and “Reverse” Killer Acquisitions

Competition agencies are pivoting towards “loss of potential competition” theories of harm, especially in acquisitions by highly dominant companies of smaller/nascent players...
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Invoking the ECJ’s Intel Judgment, the UK Court of Appeal Broadly...

By James Killick, Assimakis Komninos & Aqeel Kadri (White & Case LLP)1   Introduction On March 10, 2020, the UK Court of Appeal upheld the Competition Appeal...

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