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CPI Talks… with Jon Leibowitz

CPI Talks… with Jon Leibowitz

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks… we have the pleasure of speaking with Mr. Jon Leibowitz, Counsel in Davis Polk’s Washington DC and...
Trade Secret

New Developments in Trade Secret Protection in China

By Wen Zou & Jerry Xia (Gen Law Firm)   There have recently been a few positive developments in the trade secret protection regime in China....
Germany

German Federal Cabinet’s Draft for Amendments to the Act Against Restraints...

By Dr. Raphael Reims (Willkie Farr & Gallagher)1 (I) Tenth Amendment to the Act Against Restraints on Competition On October 19, 2020, the German Federal Cabinet...
Competitor Collaboration in Mexico The Case for Upgrading Regulation

Competitor Collaboration in Mexico: The Case for Upgrading Regulation

Collaboration among competitors in Mexico is still significantly underdeveloped. As in other developing countries, legal uncertainty impedes companies to effectively and lawfully engage in...

Antitrust in an Election Year – 10 Minutes With Amy Klobuchar

Below, we have provided the full transcript of an interview with US Senator for Minnesota Amy Klobuchar from the third episode of our series,...

Antitrust in an Election Year – Back to the Future: In...

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the panel discussion, Back to the Future: In Need of a New Antitrust Framework from the...
Standstill Sign

Open Market Purchases – India Plans to Dilute Standstill Obligation

By Anisha Chand & Anmol Awasthi (Khaitan & Co)1   Introduction Consider that a company (say, A) is proposing to acquire 49 percent equity shares of another...
Toward a Per Se Rule Against Price Gouging

Toward a Per Se Rule Against Price Gouging

Price gouging is the use of high prices to ration access to a good in unexpectedly short supply. Because sellers can always recoup their...
NYC Panorama

Could New York’s 21st Century Antitrust Act Usher a New Chapter...

By Shaoul Sussman (Institute for Local Self-Reliance)1   Over the last year, much-deserved attention has been paid to the ongoing Congressional antitrust investigation of Big Tech...
The Risks of Radicalism: Exacerbating Harms from Type I Errors

The Risks of Radicalism: Exacerbating Harms from Type I Errors

By Koren W. Wong-Ervin, Anne Layne-Farrar & James Moore1   Calls to radically change U.S. antitrust law continue to be a focus of law and policy...

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