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Guiding Section 5: Comments on the Commissioners

Steven Salop, Sep 16, 2013 FTC Commissioners Joshua Wright and Maureen Ohlhausen have proposed that the Commission adopt Guidelines for the application of Section 5...

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...

Injunctive Relief and the Noerr-Pennington Doctrine: The Search for Clarity on...

Thomas Dillickrath, David Emanuelson, Mar 19, 2013 The right to seek injunctive relief is one of the bulwarks of U.S. law. The right to petition...

U.S. Antitrust Enforcement in 2013: Where Are We Going, and Why?

Kent Bernard, Jan 15, 2013 U.S. antitrust law is like a huge cargo ship in at least two respects: It takes time to change direction,...

Joint State and Federal Enforcement of the Antitrust Laws: More Historic...

James Donahue, III, Nov 14, 2012 The concept of a statute to temper or eradicate the market power of trusts and cartels of businesses that...

The Extraterritorial Effect of Antimonopoly Law

Kai Zhang, Jul 27, 2012 Monopoly refers to the phenomenon whereby a specific person or enterprise accrues substantial profits by controlling the production and selling...

Interview: Update on “Antitrust Criminal Sanctions: The Evolution of Executive Punishment”

Donald Klawiter, Jun 19, 2012 As part of our Spring 2012 issue, CPI is presenting a retrospective of our best articles in the past and...

Antitrust Criminal Sanctions: The Evolution of Executive Punishment (reprint)

Donald Klawiter, Jun 19, 2012 Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg and Professor Joshua D. Wright's excellent study of antitrust sanctions for corporations and individuals concludes with...

The Microsoft Case and Google

Stephen Houck, May 14, 2012 In the wake of the U.S. government's unsuccessful prosecution of IBM (begun in 1969 and dropped in 1982), many knowledgeable...

When Does a Joint Venture Act as a Single Economic Entity?

Gregory Werden, Jan 07, 2011 The "Sherman Act contains a 'basic distinction between concerted and independent action.'"  The concerted action of several competing firms could...

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