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The Regulation of Interchange Fees by the U.S. Federal Reserve Board:...

David Evans, Robert Litan, Richard Schmalensee, Mar 30, 2011 The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System ("Board") is the latest of a series...

A Review of the Competition Law Implications of the Treaty on...

Norman Neyrinck, Nicolas Petit, Jan 07, 2011 Most competition lawyers tend to view the entry into force of the Treaty on the Functioning of the...

Antitrust 2025

Maurice Stucke, Dec 16, 2010   Antitrust policy in the United States has roughly twenty to thirty year cycles: (i) after initial dormancy, 1900-1920, the promise...

The End of Per Se Illegal Tying

Christopher R. Leslie, Dec 16, 2010 When making predictions about the future of antitrust law, one can err in one of two directions: making a...

Canada’s Draft Service Standards for Merger Review: Plus Change, Plus...

Sandy Walker, Aug 31, 2010 Canada's merger review process has always suffered from schizophrenia. Unlike in the EU and United States, the timeline for the...

International Cooperation in a New Era of Canadian Cartel Enforcement

Lindsay Donders, Aug 31, 2010 In today's globalized economy, it is essential that competition enforcement transcend national boundaries to protect the benefits of competitive and...

Canada Enacts Significant Changes to its Foreign Investment Laws

Jonathan Gilhen, Catherine Pawluch, Kevin Wright, Aug 30, 2010 A foreigner considering an investment in Canada might understandably be overwhelmed (and potentially deterred) by the...

Continuity and Change in EU Competition Policy

Assimakis Komninos, Feb 16, 2010 The entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon on December 1, 2009 has brought profound changes to the EU....

The Packers and Stockyards Act: A History of Failure to Date

Peter Carstensen, Apr 29, 2010 Congress adopted the Packers and Stockyards Act ("PSA") in 1921 to achieve two goals that antitrust law and state market...

The FTC Complaint against Intel Corporation: Implications for Consumer Protection

Maureen Ohlhausen, Apr 19, 2010 The Federal Trade Commission's controversial complaint against Intel Corporation contains much that will keep antitrust experts busy litigating, writing law...

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