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Cartel Risks in Dual-Distribution Models – Too Soon to Tell?

Introduction Consider a typical supply chain – in the market for supply and sale of...

Will Kavanaugh’s “Modern Approach” Change The Trajectory of Supreme Court Antitrust...

Posted by JD Supra Will Kavanaugh's "Modern Approach" Change The Trajectory of Supreme Court Antitrust Jurisprudence? By Womble Bond Dickinson In my last post, I discussed one of...

Canada’s TREB Decision on Abuse of Dominance: Points of Possible Divergence

By Randall Hofley - The recent Canadian Competition Tribunal decision in Commissioner of Competition v. Toronto Real Estate Board provides a detailed outline of each element...

The AstraZeneca Decision in the General Court: Some Basic Observations and...

Kent Bernard, Sep 30, 2010 By its decision of July 1, 2010 in AstraZeneca the General Court upheld the decision of the European Commission that...

A First Principles Approach to Antitrust Enforcement in the Agricultural Industry

Geoffrey Manne, Joshua Wright, Apr 29, 2010 In March 2010, the Department of Justice ("DOJ") and the United States Department of Agriculture began a series...

The FTC’s Misguided Rationale for the Use of Section 5 in...

Geoffrey Manne, Feb 28, 2010 There is a real danger that the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) actually believes its stated rationale for bringing its case...

The Reasonableness of Resale Price Maintenance

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Abdullah Hussain, May 06, 2008 The treatment of vertical agreements in the United States,...

The Roberts Court and the Chicago School of Antitrust: The 2006...

Joshua Wright, Nov 05, 2007 The U.S. Supreme Court issued four antitrust decisions this Term (the most it has issued since the 1989-1990 Term) and...

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