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Why the New Evidence on Minimum Resale Price Maintenance Does Not...

Thomas Lambert, Michael Sykuta, Nov 13, 2013 The battle over the proper legal treatment of minimum resale price maintenance continues to rage in the United...

The Use of Economic Analysis in RPM Cases in China: Is...

Yan Yu, Oct 28, 2013 This paper revisits the economics of resale price maintenance, comments on the extent to which economic principles were embraced by...

Navigating the Murky Waters of RPM in Chinese Antitrust Law

Ken Dai, Oct 28, 2013 China just celebrated the 5-year anniversary of the Anti-Monopoly Law, which took effect on August 1, 2008. The anti-monopoly enforcement...

Resale Price Maintenance in Brazil: A Moving Target

Ana Paula Martinez, Mariana Tavares de Araujo, Oct 28, 2013 Resale price maintenance is one of the current hot topics in the antitrust community, not...

Resale Price Maintenance in Emerging Competition Regimes in Asia (ex-China)

Clara Ingen-Housz, Oct 28, 2013 Resale price maintenance is the practice whereby suppliers of goods or services specify a fixed, minimum, or maximum resale price...

Reverse Payment Settlements in the United States and Europe: Moving Toward...

David Tayar, William Rooney, Agathe Richard, Sep 30, 2013 After more than a decade of debate and complex litigation on "reverse payment" settlements, the Supreme...

Section 5 Guidelines: Fixing a Problem that Doesn’t Exist?

Sharis Pozen, Anne Six, Sep 16, 2013 When Congress enacted the Federal Trade Commission Act in 1914, almost 25 years after enacting the Sherman Act,...

Section 5 Guidelines: Josh Wright as the New King of Corinth?

Joe Sims, Sep 16, 2013 Thus, it was hardly surprising that one of the first things Commissioner Wright did in his new role was to...

Tying – Still a Competitive Evil

Peter Carstensen, Dec 20, 2012 This article examines the unavoidable adverse effects on consumer choice, consumer prices, and competition in the market for the tied...

Antitrust and Nonexcluding Ties

Herbert Hovenkamp, Dec 20, 2012 Notwithstanding hundreds of court decisions and scholarly articles, tying arrangements remain enigmatic. Conclusions that go to either extreme, per se...
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