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DOJ

DOJ Antitrust Division “Absolutely” Prepared to Criminally Charge Illegal Monopolization Conduct

By: Jon Cieslak (The Antitrust Attorney) The U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division made waves recently by indicating that it is prepared to bring criminal charges for...
Google

The Economic Rationale of United States v. Google

By Germán Bet, Roger D. Blair & Javier D. Donna (University of Florida) In 2020, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an antitrust suit against...
Mergers

Mergers Involving Nascent Competition

By A. Douglas Melamed (Stanford) Mergers involving nascent competition are a hot topic in antitrust circles, especially in light of the pending FTC case against...
Algorithmic

Algorithmic Predation and Exclusion

By Thomas K. Cheng (The University of Hong Kong) & Julian Nowag (Lund University) The debate about the implications of algorithms on competition law enforcement...
Business

Making Sense of Monopolization: Antitrust and the Digital Economy

By Daniel Francis (Harvard) For more than a century, courts and scholars have searched without success for a general definition of monopolization. Some proposals rely...
Broadcom

FTC Charges Broadcom With Illegal Monopolization

The Federal Trade Commission said Friday it has proposed to settle charges against Broadcom for allegedly monopolizing markets for semiconductor components for television and...
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FTC v. Qualcomm: Origins and Problems

By Matthew Spitzer (Northwestern University)1 The District Court’s opinion finding Qualcomm guilty of antitrust violations in a case brought by the Federal Trade Commission2 is on appeal to...

Innovation by Dominant Firms in the Market: Damned If You Don’t…...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Innovation by Dominant Firms in the Market: Damned If You Don't... But Damned If You Do? By Francisco Marcos (IE...

Tying, Exclusivity, and Standard-Essential Patents

Posted by Social Science Research Network Tying, Exclusivity, and Standard-Essential Patents By Erik Hovenkamp (Harvard Law School) Abstract:      When a technological standard is adopted, implementers...

Price Discrimination as a Violation of the Sherman Act

Posted by Social Science Research Network Price Discrimination as a Violation of the Sherman Act By Ramsi Woodcock (Georgia State University) Abstract:     The advance of the...
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