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The “No-Poach” Approach: Update on the Antitrust Agencies’ Enforcement of Employment Agreements By Dee Bansal, Jacqueline Grise, Beatriz Mejia & Julia Brinton

The “No-Poach” Approach: Update on the Antitrust Agencies’ Enforcement of Employment...

Antitrust enforcement of conduct in labor markets has continued to ramp up over the past decade, with particularly intense scrutiny on “no-poach” agreements —...
A new sense of unease: The rise of no-poach and wage-fixing Concerns Under EU competition law By Tilman Kuhn, Strati Sakellariou-Witt & Cristina Caroppo

A New Sense of Unease: The Rise of No-Poach and Wage-Fixing...

 A new hot topic has emerged in antitrust discussions around the world and it is here to stay: Wage-fixing and “no-poach” agreements between employers...
Using the Horizontal Merger Guidelines to Evaluate Labor Market Effects of Mergers By Courtney Dyer, Courtney Byrd & Laura Kaufmann

Using the Horizontal Merger Guidelines to Evaluate Labor Market Effects of...

For a number of years, the U.S. antitrust agencies have been signaling an increased focus on antitrust enforcement in labor markets. In addition, there...
Competition in the Energy Sector: Recent Developments in Latin America

Competition in the Energy Sector: Recent Developments in Latin America

By Paulo Burnier da Silveira and Thaiane Abreu1   Introduction The energy sector has been under the careful watch of policymakers and competition authorities. It is an...
5-Antitrust Enforcement: Leveraging Supply Chain Incentives- Serguei Netessine & Nitish Jain

Antitrust Enforcement: Leveraging Supply Chain Incentives

Antitrust regulations are meant to promote fair competition in the market, but balancing administrative and legal costs with enforcement can be difficult when multi-layered...
Does a Drop in Cartel Decisions Highlight Shifting Patterns of Engagement Between Competition Agencies and Companies?

Does a Drop in Cartel Decisions Highlight Shifting Patterns of Engagement...

By Wouter Meester and Daniel Westrik1   The withdrawal of a cartel case brought against Citigroup and Deutsche Bank in last February came as a surprise...
1- The Decline, Fall, and Renewal of U.S. Leadership in Antitrust Law and Policy

The Decline, Fall, and Renewal of U.S. Leadership in Antitrust Law...

The United States has lost its world leadership in antitrust, evidenced by its narrow conception of market power and its abuse.  This essay pinpoints...
2- A “Revitalization of Antitrust”: Tough Talk and Broad Promises in the First Year of the Biden Administration

A “Revitalization of Antitrust”: Tough Talk and Broad Promises in...

President Biden made vigorous antitrust enforcement a key pillar of his agenda during his first year in office, setting the tone himself in July...
5- Beginnings of an Antitrust Revolution? By Sandeep Vaheesan

Beginnings of an Antitrust Revolution?

President Biden made antitrust law — and reforming it — an important part of his administration’s agenda. Nearly nine months after he issued a...
3- Entering the Storm: An Overview of Recent Anti-monopoly Investigations in China By MA Chen & GUO Jiahao

Entering the Storm: An Overview of Recent Anti-monopoly Investigations in China

The current “anti-monopoly enforcement storm” was prompted by China’s top leadership in late 2020 under the policy objective of “preventing disorderly expansion of capital”. ...
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