Our collection this month starts in Europe, with articles on Ireland, an ECJ decision, a Finnish view on merger analysis, and the brilliant combination of an English pub, soccer, and antitrust. We move on to a variety of network-oriented articles that challenge, respectively, the New York Times, the FCC, and the ability of responsible authorities to maintain boundaries. After a brief report of the testimony given by two FTC Commissioners, we revisit Wal-Mart v. Dukes, listen to a disillusioned rural voice, and go outside the box with a discussion of libertarianism and antitrust. We end with a message from our favorite-at least this time of the year-bird.
Little, Large, and Not Proven The big story for British sports fans has been the recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union in the FA Premier League / Karen Murphy case. Max Findlay (Kluwer Competition Law)
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