CPI Talks… with James Keyte

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks… we have the pleasure of speaking with James A. Keyte, Director of the Fordham Competition Law Institute, Director of Global Development at The Brattle Group, and a former antitrust partner at Skadden Arps who litigated may sports-related antitrust cases. James also is an adjunct professor of comparative antitrust law at Fordham and has written extensively on antitrust and sports, including a comparative perspective.

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks we have the pleasure of speaking with James A. Keyte, Director of the Fordham Competition Law Institute, Director of Global Development at The Brattle Group, and a former antitrust partner at Skadden Arps who litigated may sports-related antitrust cases. James also is an adjunct professor of comparative antitrust law at Fordham and has written extensively on antitrust and sports, including a comparative perspective.

 

  1. Let’s start with a general question about convergence and divergence in the sports antitrust area. As both U.S. courts and EU enforcement authorities continue to focus on this subject, do you see an eventual convergence on either analytical frameworks or outcomes?

When we look at competition law and enforcement applied to sports, we see a long and sometimes arduous history in the U.S. (e.g. the single-entity debate), yet a much more recent and relatively vibrant emergence of the topic in the EU. That is not surprising

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