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Breaking Up Consumer Welfare’s Antitrust Policy Monopoly

By Mark Glick & Darren Bush, University of Utah & University of Houston Two recent papers by prominent antitrust scholars argue that a revived antitrust...
4-THE ROBINSON-PATMAN ACT: EVERYONE OLD IS NEW AGAIN By Patrick A. Bradford

The Robinson-Patman Act: Everyone Old Is New Again

Originally passed in the mid-1930s to protect small grocery businesses in the face of fast-growing chain supermarkets that could negotiate steep discounts for bulk...
Competition Policy in Times of Inflation

Competition Policy in Times of Inflation

By Richard May & Antonio Capobianco1   After years of appearing low and stable in many countries, inflation has recently risen across the developed world. The...
Effects Of Government Surveillance On Competition By Catherine Tucker

Effects of Government Surveillance on Competition

Following on from the shock of the Snowden revelations, it is now well established empirically that chilling effects from government surveillance and other privacy...
Towards Data Portability And Interoperability Under Brazilian Competition Law: Crafting Appropriate Legal Standards For Abuse Of Dominance By Victor Oliveira Fernandes

How Can Competition Policy And Privacy Protection Policy Interact?

While some initially argued that privacy was distinct and independent from competition enforcement, market realities and digitization have since then forced regulators to reflect...
The FTC’s New Unfair Methods of Competition Policy Statement

The FTC’s New Unfair Methods of Competition Policy Statement: To What...

By Koren W. Wong-Ervin & Sam Sherman*   On November 10, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a new policy statement regarding the scope of...

The FTC’s New Unfair Methods of Competition Policy Statement: To What...

By Koren Wong-Ervin, Antitrust Partner at Axinn, Veltrop, & Harkrider LLP On November 10, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a new Policy Statement...
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Antimonopoly: A Master Narrative For Democracy?

By: Barry C. Lynn (Democracy/Open Markets Institute) Storytelling is the essence of politics. In stable times, politicians can spend their hours detailing how they plan...

Who Is Meant To Be Protected By Antitrust Law And Policy?

By Project Disco The focus of contemporary competition policy debates is shifting back to the first principles, asking: “What are we trying to do? ...
The Department’s Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policy Changes

The Department’s Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policy Changes: Implications for Antitrust Practice

By James W. Attridge1   On September 15, 2022, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced revisions to the Department of Justice’s (the “Department”) corporate criminal...
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