In this issue:
In 2014 we published 156 articles in the CPI Antitrust Chronicle. For this last issue of the year, we’re presenting a baker’s dozen articles that highlight the variety, scope, and diversity of the content we presented. We invite you take a look back and see what you may have missed, or reacquaint yourselves with some topic that seems a bit unfamiliar—and check out the related articles in the archives. There’s a world of information available, and it’s always accessible. And, of course, many thanks to all of you—our authors and readers—who continue to prove the world of competition policy/antitrust is vibrant, energetic, and challenging. Here’s to a great 2015!
A Diversified Sampling of 2014
However, at the very same time, as if to remind law-makers of sport’s uniquely political nature, an unprecedented controversy has erupted in which the European Ombudsman has accused the EU’s (Spanish) Commissioner for competition of maladministration. Ken Daly (Sidley & Austin)
This essay will argue that public policy should remove the pedestal on which past policy has placed the major CRAs. Lawrence White (Sloan, NYU)