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The Proof on the Quantification of the Damage in Assumptions of...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Proof on the Quantification of the Damage in Assumptions of Defense of Competition. (Spanish Law) By Enrique Sanjuan (University...

Staples/Office Depot: Clarifying Cluster Markets

By Krisha A. Cerilli - The recent challenge to Staples acquisition of Office Depot brought to the forefront several key aspects of antitrust merger analysis....

The Impact of Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo on Antitrust Class Actions

By Aaron M. Panner & Rachel P. May - Tyson Foods was a recent “donning and doffing” case at the U.S. Supreme Court involving whether...

The Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions and Its role in the...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Daniele Calisti, Luke Haasbeek, Jan 22, 2015 At the end of 2014, acting on...

The 2014 Directive on Private Enforcement—Looking Back and Looking Forward

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Andreas Reindl, Jan 21, 2015 The Directive on Private Enforcement was formally adopted in...

A Comment on the Intel Fine

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Keith Hylton, Jun 30, 2009 On May 13th the European Commission levied a fine...

Vertical Restraints and Antitrust Policy: A Reaction to Cooper, Froeb, O’Brien,...

Ralph Winter, Sep 01, 2005 Cooper, Froeb, OBrien, and Vita argue that (1) economic theory, especially post-Chicago theory, provides little in the way of unambiguous...

Comment on Cooper et al.’s “Vertical Restrictions and Antitrust Policy”

F.M. Scherer, Sep 01, 2005 This paper provides a critical analysis of the paper on vertical restraints and competition policy by James Cooper et al....

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