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Sep-07(1) & (2)

In this issue: The Court of First Instance's Decision in Microsoft Sep 14, 2007 Background on: Microsoft v. Commission of the European Communities Background, case history...

Microsoft v. European Commission: Sounds Good In Theory But . ....

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Robert O'Donoghue, Sep 20, 2007 Few cases in the annals of antitrust law have...

CPI 5(2)

This Autumn 2009 issue marks several anniversaries; it is the tenth volume of CPI, the end of our fifth year, and the last issue...

Jan-07(1) & (2)

In this issue: Illinois Tool Works Joshua Wright, Jan 25, 2007 Illinois Tool Works v. Independent Ink While the Court's rejection of the patent presumption in...

Nov-06(1) & (2)

In this issue: The Use of Economics in Tying Law David Evans, Christian Ahlborn, Jorge Padilla, Michael Salinger, Nov 03, 2006 The Law and Economics of Tying This...

The EU Directive on Antitrust Damage Actions and the Role of...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Till Schreiber, Martin Seegers, Feb 25, 2015 Private enforcement is one of the hot...
Tencent

Qihoo 360 v Tencent: First Antitrust Decision by The Supreme Court

David Evans, Vanessa Yanhua Zhang, Oct 21, 2014 CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Zhang (Global Economics Group) presents: Qihoo 360 v Tencent: First Antitrust Decision...

For A Rigorous “Effects-Based” Analysis Of Vertical Restraints Adopted By Dominant...

Damien Geradin, Caio Mario da Silva Pereira Neto, Jul 28, 2013 his short paper summarizes the main findings of a comprehensive study the authors conducted...

Brantley Versus NBC Universal: Where’s the Beef?

Dennis Carlton, Michael Waldman, Dec 20, 2012 As with other important cases involving firms such as Kodak and Microsoft, the recent Brantley case raises interesting...

Antitrust and Nonexcluding Ties

Herbert Hovenkamp, Dec 20, 2012 Notwithstanding hundreds of court decisions and scholarly articles, tying arrangements remain enigmatic. Conclusions that go to either extreme, per se...
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