05.2

Algorithms in Contemporary EU Competition Enforcement: Evolution Before Revolution?

Algorithms perform a variety of functions within digital ecosystems, many of which have the potential to impact the effective operation of competition...

Refusals to License Patents under Australia’s “New” Unilateral Conduct Prohibition

By Arlen Duke & Rhonda L. Smith (University of Melbourne)*   Both intellectual property (“IP”) and competition policies aim to provide an incentive for creation/innovation. However,...

First of All, Do No Harm: New Directions in EU Antitrust...

The recent Paroxetine and CMA v. Pfizer/Flynn cases confirm the EU approach to pay-for-delay, respectively establish a workable approach to excessive pharmaceutical...
Wolf in the woods

Shall We Play in the Forest (While the Wolf is not...

By Pablo Trevisán (Estudio Trevisan)1   I. Introduction Airports closed and turned into airplane graveyards overnight; travel restrictions; massive cancellation of flights; sporting events and shows were...

State Antitrust Enforcement: The Same and Not the Same

We have a national policy that favors competition over other types of economic arrangements. Like other aspects of our federalist system, there...
08.2

SSOs v. Silos and the “Quality of Innovation”

The paper sketches a comparison between two main models for the “organization of innovation” in digital markets: the standard setting organization (“SSO”)...

The Opportunities and Limits of Data Portability for Stimulating Competition and...

Data portability has a hybrid nature. What emerged as a data protection concept is now also becoming part of policies aiming to...
Trade Secret

New Developments in Trade Secret Protection in China

By Wen Zou & Jerry Xia (Gen Law Firm)   There have recently been a few positive developments in the trade secret protection regime in China....

Remedies: Structural, Behavioral, Both, or None? Enforcement Trade-Offs for Mergers and...

This note reviews the rationale behind both structural and behavioral remedies, not only in merger but also in antitrust cases. The cost-benefit...

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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