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Legal Aspects of Pricing

Posted by Social Science Research Network Legal Aspects of Pricing By Jordan Kelner Abstract:     This technical note explores some of the legal implications that companies...

Price Discrimination as a Violation of the Sherman Act

Posted by Social Science Research Network Price Discrimination as a Violation of the Sherman Act By Ramsi Woodcock (Georgia State University) Abstract:     The advance of the...

The Sharing Economy Meets the Sherman Act: Is Uber a Firm,...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Sharing Economy Meets the Sherman Act: Is Uber a Firm, a Cartel, or Something in Between? By Mark Anderson...

Reflections on Section 5 of the FTC Act & the FTC’s...

Daniel Crane, Feb 28, 2010 The Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC’s”) unprecedented enforcement action against Intel raises profound issues concerning the scope of the FTC’s powers...

The antitrust duty to charge low prices

Posted by Social Science Research Network The antitrust duty to charge low prices By Ramsi Woodcock (Georgia State University) Abstract:     Antitrust’s embrace of the maximization of welfare in...

Noerr-Pennington’s Furtherance Standard for Petitioning Immunity: Application to Settlements

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Christopher Grengs, Jan 14, 2014 This article explains that only a person's conduct that...

The Past, Present, & Future of Stand-Alone Section 5 Competition Enforcement...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Kyle Andeer, Nov 12, 2008 Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act empowers...

FEB-10(2)

In this issue: Welcome to the home page of The CPI Antitrust Chronicle (formerly GCP Magazine).  In this issue, we're taking the first of what...

” Dynamic Competition” Does Not Excuse Monopolization

Jonathan Baker, Nov 01, 2008 In the 2004 Trinko decision, Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the Supreme Court, depicted “monopoly power, and the concomitant charging...

A Response To Commissioner Wright’s Proposed Policy Statement Regarding Unfair Methods...

Maurice Stucke, Sep 16, 2013 Federal Trade Commissioner Joshua Wright recently proposed a new legal standard to evaluate "unfair methods of competition" under Section 5...
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