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Cartel Settlements: Facilitating Damages Claims But Hybrid Cases Remain Unsettling

By Marieke Datema, Andrew Leitch & Ed Coulson (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner)1   I. Introduction Over ten years since the introduction of the European Commission Settlement Notice,...

The Economic Analysis of Antitrust Consents

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Economic Analysis of Antitrust Consents By Joshua D. Wright & Douglas H. Ginsburg  (George Mason University) Henry G. Manne, our friend,...

Biologics: The New Antitrust Frontier

Posted by Social Science Research Network Biologics: The New Antitrust Frontier By Michael A. Carrier & Carl J. Minniti III (Rutgers University) Abstract:      The pharmaceutical...

The EU Competition Law Fining System: A Quantitative Review of the...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The EU Competition Law Fining System: A Quantitative Review of the Commission Decisions between 2000 and 2017 By Damien Geradin...

Pharmaceutical Antitrust Complexity

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Michael Carrier, Nov 24, 2014 The pharmaceutical industry is unique in its complexity. Markets...

Comparing the U.S. Class Action Mechanism and Proposed U.K. System: Which...

Sharon Robertson, Apr 16, 2013 Free enterprise and competition are critical to the success of a market economy. In the United States, the class action...

The European Commission’s Practice Under Article 9 Regulation 1/2003: A Commitment...

Paul Lugard, Martin Mollmann, Apr 01, 2013 No less than three recent high profile cases have put the EU antitrust commitment procedure in the spotlights....

A Plea for Plea Bargaining Closing the Gaps Between the EU’s...

Ken Daly, Mar 28, 2013 In laudable efforts to increase its output, the European Commission has developed three tools-leniency, settlements, and commitments-to help it discover...

You Made a Pledge, Then Keep Your Promise: Article 9 Commitments...

Paul McGeown, Juliette Orologas, Mar 28, 2013 Until the European Commission slapped a U.S. $730 million fine on Microsoft at the beginning of March 2013...

The Ebb and Flow of Joint State and Federal Antitrust Enforcement:...

Kevin O'Connor, Dec 12, 2012 For over two decades, the relationship between the state and federal antitrust enforcement authorities has varied from productive cooperative efforts...
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