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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...

Blind Umps & Blown Calls: The Troubling Decision to Ignore “Arguably...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Matthew Adler, Thomas Dillickrath, Mar 13, 2014 Spring is the air, and this can...

Lessons From United States v. Bazaarvoice

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Matthew Joseph, Barry Nigro, Mar 13, 2014 Two days after Bazaarvoice acquired its rival,...

No Longer Dazed and Gun Shy: The Bazaarvoice Decision

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Michael Cohen, Amanda Fretto, Mar 13, 2014 Bazaarvoice, really? Combined 56 percent? Nascent...

Too Much of a Good Thing?: Is Heavy Reliance on Leniency...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Megan Dixon, Ethan Kate, Janet McDavid, Feb 26, 2014 The United States Department of...

Cartels: Confusing Covert and Ancillary

Howard Morse, Dec 17, 2013 The leadership at the U.S. Department of Justice—during Democratic and Republican Administrations alike—has actively encouraged competition law enforcers around the...

Ending the Confidentiality Exception to Due Process

Roy Hoffinger, Nov 27, 2013 It is time to end the "confidentiality" exception to according a Respondent due process. At the same time, prohibitions and...

Most Favored Nation Clauses Moving Out of Favor

Joshua Gans, Jul 29, 2013 "We will match our competitor's price!" sounds like the most competitive of slogans. And to a consumer who has just...

The Continuing Role For Antitrust Enforcement In the Electricity Sector

William Stallings, Jul 28, 2013 Regulated industries present challenges for antitrust enforcement, including complex products and fact patterns, difficult theories of liability, and, at times,...
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