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Ukraine Passes Draft Digital Currency Bill

Lawmakers in Ukraine have approved a draft bill on digital currency regulation, in a move that could pave the way for a new legal...
Presidential election

1912: When Antitrust Views Collided In A Presidential Election

By Katie Wilson, Crosscut We could all do with a break from last night’s election, so let’s travel 108 years back in time to another...
Law

Morgan Lewis Grows Global Antitrust Team With NY Hire

Linda Cenedella, a seasoned lawyer with more than 20 years of experience both as in-house counsel and in private practice, has joined Morgan Lewis...
Law

Well Known Competition Appeal Court Judge In South Africa To Retire

South Africa's 14th annual competition law, economic and policy conference starting on Tuesday, November 2, will see the competition appeal court bidding farewell to...
DOJ

Forget Antitrust Laws. To Limit Tech, Some Say a New Regulator...

By Steve Lohr, New York Times For decades, America’s antitrust laws — originally designed to curb the power of 19th-century corporate giants in railroads, oil and...
US Law

SCOTUS Nominee Says Antitrust Law Is “Controlled By Precedent”

Seventh Circuit Judge and US Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett offered a rare, brief glimpse Wednesday, October 14, into her thinking on federal...
Law

New York Considers Stronger Antitrust Laws

A bill to strengthen antitrust laws first drawn up a century ago to break up steel, oil and railroad monopolies would be used to...
law

NY To Hold Antitrust Hearing On Gianaris’ Legislation To Strengthen Antitrust...

Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris and Senator Kevin Thomas announced a hearing by the Senate Democratic Majority into the state’s antitrust laws. On the...
UK

UK Disqualifies Director Whose Company Broke Competition Law

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) issued proceedings in the High Court of Justice, Business and Property Courts seeking the disqualification of Mr Pritesh...

How Horizontal Shareholding Harms Our Economy—And Why Antitrust Law Can Fix...

By Einer Elhauge, Harvard Empirical evidence that horizontal shareholding has created anticompetitive effects in airline and banking markets have produced calls for antitrust enforcement. In...

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