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3- Updating the Merger Guidelines: A Dynamic Reboot

Updating the Merger Guidelines: A Dynamic Reboot

In this article we offer a number of recommendations for updating the merger guidelines. Our comments address six distinct areas: (1) the guidelines’ structure, (2)...
4- Biden’s Antitrust: The Transformation is Here But Will it Last?

Biden’s Antitrust: The Transformation is Here But Will it Last?

Like all new administrations, the Biden Administration entered office promising change in antitrust policy. Unlike previous administrations, however, the change this Administration promised was...
5- Beginnings of an Antitrust Revolution? By Sandeep Vaheesan

Beginnings of an Antitrust Revolution?

President Biden made antitrust law — and reforming it — an important part of his administration’s agenda. Nearly nine months after he issued a...
Canada Looks at Revising Its Competition Act

Canada Looks at Revising Its Competition Act

By Thomas W. Ross1   Momentum is building for a potentially far-reaching review of Canada’s competition regime.2 Canada does not modify its competition statute frequently. The...
Australia's Merger Control Regime: Ex Post Merger Reviews, Continued Push For Radical Changes To Merger Clearance Process, Proposed Sector Specific Rules

Australia’s Merger Control Regime: Ex Post Merger Reviews, Continued Push for...

This paper comments on the results of the first ex post review of merger cases undertaken by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (“ACCC”),...
Innovation: A Bridge to the New Brandeisians?

Innovation: A Bridge to the New Brandeisians?

By Richard J. Gilbert* & A. Douglas Melamed**   The push to reform antitrust law by more aggressive enforcement strategies and perhaps new legislation has been...

Reforming India’s Competition Act: Considerations & Best Practices

Below, we have provided the full transcript of our panel discussion Reforming India’s Competition Act: Considerations & Best Practices. Read below to see the...
Washington Needs A Process For…Crypto Policy

Washington Needs A Process For…Crypto Policy

Technology, in all of if its many forms, is a tool to implement policy, not a substitute for it. Before a technology can be...
Joshua Wright Antitrust Brainstorming

Antitrust Brainstorming Board with Joshua Wright

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the interview with Joshua Wright, Professor of Law at George Mason University, recorded on September 24,...
Michael Carrier Antitrust Brainstorming

Antitrust Brainstorming Board with Michael Carrier

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the interview with Michael Carrier, Distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School, recorded on September...
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