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The Economic Analysis of Antitrust Consents

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Economic Analysis of Antitrust Consents By Joshua D. Wright & Douglas H. Ginsburg  (George Mason University) Henry G. Manne, our friend,...

US: DOJ appoints chief economist for the Antitrust Division

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced its new Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Economic Analysis in the Antitrust Division, a position also...

US: Crowell & Moring gain former DOJ Deputy Assistant AG

In a July 24 announcement, Crowell & Moring stated that former US Department of Justice Deputy Assistant Attorney General Juan Arteaga has joined its...

US: Trump’s antitrust nominee raises concerns over vertical mergers

Makan Delrahim, whose confirmation for assistant attorney general of the Justice Department's Antitrust Division is expected this week, said he would keep a close...

US: DOJ gets $143 million cut but the Antitrust Division remains...

The Department of Justice could receive a $143 million cut in funding as part of a spending package Congress is expected to vote on...

US: Former antitrust chief joins Sullivan & Cromwell

Renata B. Hesse, who was head of the Antitrust Division at the Justice Department, is joining Sullivan & Cromwell as a partner in its...

US: Anthem lobbyist is contender for top antitrust job

One of the Trump administration’s contenders for a top antitrust job is a lobbyist who’s worked for health insurer Anthem on its proposed megamerger...

Bazaarvoice: Applying Traditional Merger Analysis to a Dynamic High-Tech Market

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle James Fishkin, Mar 13, 2014 United States v. Bazaarvoice, Inc. is a particularly important and...

Key Lessons from the Recent Bazaarvoice Decision

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Franco Castelli, Mar 13, 2014 In a significant victory for the Department of Justice,...

Bazaarvoice: Protecting Consumers by Silencing the Customer?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Timothy Muris, Christine Wilson, Mar 13, 2014 Nevertheless, some judges have been quite hostile...
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