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Senators Defend Their Antitrust Venue Bill

The four lawmakers responsible for antitrust legislation defended their bill to allow state attorneys general to determine the venue to bring an antitrust case,...
Soccer

Soccer Player Settles Antitrust Suit Over Minimum Age

The National Women’s Soccer League has reached a settlement with the 15-year-old athletic prodigy who brought an antitrust challenge to its minimum playing age,...
South Africa

South Africa, Competition Law, and Equality: Restoring Equity by Antitrust in...

By Eleanor M. Fox (New York University) In South Africa, the question is not whether to incorporate “equality” into the competition law, but how. In...
AerCap

AerCap Set To Secure Unconditional EU Antitrust Approval For $30B Deal

Irish aircraft leasing company AerCap is set to secure unconditional EU antitrust approval for its $30 billion bid for General Electric's aircraft leasing business,...
SmileDirectClub

SmileDirectClub Presses Antitrust Appeal Against CA Dental Board

A California state dental board should face antitrust claims over the agency's investigation of dental products maker SmileDirectClub, a lawyer for the tele-dentistry company...
Big Data and Competition in China: Antitrust Regulation and Beyond

China’s Antitrust Regulator Orders Companies To Fix Security Issues

China’s main technology-sector regulator ordered the country’s internet giants to fix certain anticompetitive practices and data security threats, building on a regulatory campaign to...
Acquisitions

How Do Start-up Acquisitions Affect the Direction of Innovation?

By José L. Moraga-González & Evgenia Motchenkova (VU University Amsterdam) A start-up engages in an investment portfolio problem by choosing how much to invest in...
Brazil

Brazil’s Antitrust Watchdog See’s Problems In Oi Sale Approval

The superintendence of Brazil's competition regulator Cade said on Friday it viewed an asset sale by Brazilian telecom Oi as "complex," suggesting that TIM,...
Airlines

EU Antitrust Regulators Extend Deadline For IAG-Air Europa Deal

EU antitrust enforcers have extended their deadline for a decision on British Airways and Iberia owner International Airlines' 500-million-euro ($589.5 million) bid for Spain's...
Tech

The Antitrust Duty to Deal in the Age of Big Tech

By Erik Hovenkamp (University of Southern California) The antitrust duty to deal is perhaps the most confounding and controversial form of antitrust intervention. It is...
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