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3-WHAT’S AHEAD FOR CONNECTED HEALTH POLICY: STATE & FEDERAL POLICIES IMPACTING TELEHEALTH ACCESS, PRIVACY LAWS & POLICYMAKER INTERESTS By Amy Durbin

What’s Ahead for Connected Health Policy: State & Federal Policies Impacting...

The COVID-19 pandemic further ushered in an unprecedented era of change within the healthcare industry, particularly for telehealth. While telehealth, medical privacy, and broadband...
Cartels 2022 — Halfway There Update: Policy Shifts Labor and Trial Losses

Cartels 2022 — Halfway There Update: Policy Shifts, Labor and Trial...

By Ann O’Brien & Kayley Sullivan1   I. INTRODUCTION The first half of 2022 has been an exceptionally busy time for criminal antitrust enforcement and policy announcements....
Understanding Basic Principles and Facts About Antitrust to Create a Basis for Some (Any?) Consensus

Understanding Basic Principles and Facts About Antitrust to Create a Basis...

The debates around antitrust reform have sometimes involved participants taking extreme positions. In some sense, this is good because it helps attract attention and...
The EU General Court Confirms the Change in Article 22 EUMR Referral Policy

The EU General Court Confirms the Change in Article 22 EUMR...

On July 13, 2022, the General Court of the European Union confirmed the European Commission’s jurisdiction to review the Illumina/Grail transaction following a referral...
The Legislative Framework and Competition Policy in Australia

The Legislative Framework and Competition Policy in Australia

This article reviews the legislative framework which underlies Australian competition law and policy. First, the Australian Constitution plays a key although often unrecognized role...
Criminal Enforcement of Section 2: What Would Be the Point?

Criminal Enforcement of Section 2: What Would Be the Point?

By Gregory J. Werden1   Assistant Attorney General (“AAG”) in charge of the Antitrust Division, Jonathan Kanter, vowed that, “if the facts and the law,...
1-INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TRANSACTIONAL CHOICE: RETHINKING THE IP/ANTITRUST DICHOTOMY By Jonathan M. Barnett

Intellectual Property and Transactional Choice: Rethinking the IP/Antitrust Dichotomy

It is common to characterize patents as monopolies.  This assumption, which underlies the standard dichotomy between intellectual property and antitrust law, is challenged by...
Identifying Barriers to Entry: A South African Perspective

Identifying Barriers to Entry: A South African Perspective

By Willem H. Boshoff1   Abstract: Barriers to entry are now a core concern of South African competition policy. Conventionally, entry barriers represent one factor relevant to...
Dysfunction Junction: U.S. Merger Review Under the Biden Administration

Dysfunction Junction: U.S. Merger Review Under the Biden Administration

By Lindsey M. Edwards1   Introduction Antitrust enforcers, practitioners, and scholars descended upon Washington, D.C. this month for the ABA’s 70th Annual Section of Antitrust Law Spring...
9- Competition Policy and Regulation in China's Digital Economy By Huang Yong

Competition Policy and Regulation in China’s Digital Economy

Some believe that China is strictly supervising its digital economy. This text hopes to provide a different perspective. This article reviews the development process...
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