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An Anticlimactic Ending in the “Roadmap for an Antitrust Case Against...

By Chris Renner (Davis Wright Tremaine)1   The “Roadmap for an Antitrust Case Against Facebook” (the “Roadmap”) purports to explain how publicly available materials, sourced primarily...
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Most Targeted Industries and Conduct in China’s Antitrust Investigations against Abuse...

By Cheng Liu, Yun Bi & Jeff Liu (King & Wood Mallesons, Beijing)1   I. INTRODUCTION The abuse of dominant market position is one of the significant...

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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Shortages, Price Hikes, and Profiteering: Pandemic Effects on UK Supermarkets and...

By Timothy Cowen (Preiskel & Co LLP)1   Summary The CMA has reported record numbers of complaints about business behavior since the pandemic and associated lockdown measures...

AmEx: Beyond Transaction Platforms and Section 1

By Douglas H. Ginsburg & Koren W. Wong-Ervin* The Supreme Court’s 2018 decision in Ohio v. American Express (AmEx) sparked a number of debates over...
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Umbrella Liability: Has Its Time Come?

By Michael D. Hausfeld & Irving Scher (Hausfeld)1   Introduction This Article addresses the case law and commentary dealing with the question of whether antitrust claims brought...
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Patent Pools and Other Forms of Aggregation

This paper recalls the EU antitrust provisions relating to patent pools and standard setting, the conclusions of an expert group tasked with...
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What next for Monsanto? Exploring a Competition Theory for IP and...

By Swarnim Shrivastava (Global Antitrust Institute)1   Monsanto’s battle over licensing its technology to India’s seed manufacturers resurfaced recently when the Delhi High Court held that...

The Goals of Competition Law Debate and Competition Policy for Labor...

In recent years there has been an upsurge of interest in competition policy applied to labor markets. But the development of a...

Competition Law and Sports in Japan: A New Olympic Legacy?

Given the increasing number of self-employed workers, recently the Japanese competition authority has been more and more engaged in human resources markets....

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