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....
China Law

Exclusive Dealing in China: Overview and Outlook from an Antitrust Perspective

By Ma Chen, Shi Da, Guo Xiao & Guo Jiahao (Han Kun Law Offices)*   Common in the business world, exclusive dealing refers to arrangements whereby...

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...

The Risks of Radicalism: Exacerbating Harms from Type I Errors

By Koren W. Wong-Ervin, Anne Layne-Farrar & James Moore1   Calls to radically change U.S. antitrust law continue to be a focus of law and policy...
FTC fit to its purpose: responding to Kovacic’s market investigation proposal

FTC fit to its purpose: responding to Kovacic’s market investigation proposal

The U.S. antitrust agencies function as law enforcers and competition advocates. Giving the Federal Trade Commission market investigation and remedy ...
Antitrust Chronicle - Antitrust at the Cusp

Antitrust at the Cusp

Antitrust sits at the cusp today. That is driven at least in part by the rise of the great digital tech firms...

The More Economic Judicature: How the General Court has Recalibrated the...

By Dr. Tilman Kuhn, & Prof. Dr. Stefan Thomas (White & Case LLP & Eberhard Karls University)1   Introduction In its first ever judgment dealing specifically with...

The No Kill Zone: The Other Side of Pharma Acquisitions

In recent years there have been calls for increased scrutiny and enforcement of acquisitions by incumbent pharmaceutical firms of potentially competitive pipeline...
Antitrust Chronicle - We Need Rules to Rein in Big Tech

We Need Rules to Rein in Big Tech

What should the US do about Big Tech? This essay ...
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...

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