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Europills

Paroxetine – The EU Court of Justice Rules on Pay-For-Delay Settlements...

Maria José Schmidt-Kessen (Copenhagen Business School)1   Introduction While we are still awaiting the judgments in the pending appeals on pay-for-delay settlements in Lundbeck2 and Servier,3 the...
“How Tech Rolls”: Potential Competition and “Reverse” Killer Acquisitions

“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 offering a...
Digital Data as an Essential Facility: Control

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 data meeting...
Break up Denny’s

Break up Denny’s

By John D. Harkrider (Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP)*        Over the last six decades,1 millions of hungry Americans have pulled off the side of...
The European and U.S. Approaches to Antitrust and Tech

The European and U.S. Approaches to Antitrust and Tech: Setting the...

The European and U.S. Approaches to Antitrust and Tech: Setting the Record Straight - A Reply to Gregory J. Werden and Luke M. Froeb’s...
Intellectual Property

Comparable Agreements and the “Top-Down” Approach to FRAND Royalties Determination

By Haris Tsilikas, LLM (Max Planck Institute)1   I. Introduction The development of innovative standards hinges on a vibrant ecosystem of standardization inducing private investment by allowing...
Data Interoperability Open Banking Experience

Why Data Interoperability Is Harder Than It Looks: The Open Banking...

Many people hope that data interoperability can increase competition, by making it easier for customers to switch and multi-home across different products. The UK’s...
google

Possible Problems in the Google Case

By Gregory J. Werden & Luke M. Froeb1   Google invented neither the search engine nor the Internet browser, but it made them better. Competing on...
airlines jet image

Up in the Air: Airlines and Competition Policy in Times of...

By Georgiana Pop & Gonçalo Coelho (World Bank Group)1   Introduction The COVID-19 outbreak took a swift but tremendous toll on the airline industry. In the course...
Protecting Privacy: An Analysis of Apple’s iOS 14 Policy Updates

Harming Competition and Consumers Under the Guise of Protecting Privacy: An...

By D. Daniel Sokol & Feng Zhu*   Apple’s iOS 14 update represents an anti-competitive strategy disguised as a privacy-protecting measure. Apple now prohibits non-Apple apps...
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