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Why Patent Monopsonies Increase Consumer Welfare

By Bernard Chao & Tod Duncan (University of Denver Sturm College of Law) Technical standards are an essential part of how the modern world operates....
Highlights From the 2020 LeadershIP Virtual Event

Highlights From the 2020 LeadershIP Virtual Event

Walter Copan, Makan Delrahim & Andrei Iancu On September 10, 2020, LeadershIP held an event titled Innovation Policy & the Role of Standards, IP, and...
The Antitrust Car Emissions Investigation in the U.S. – Some Thoughts From the Other Side of the Pond

The Antitrust Car Emissions Investigation in the U.S. – Some Thoughts...

Cooperation with and in the private sector to achieve positive environmental changes can come into conflict with competition laws. A recent example is the...
Cars

DOJ’s Probe into Four Automakers: Impartial Investigation or Politicization of Antitrust?

By Grant Petrosyan (Constantine Cannon)1 On August 28, 2019, the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) sent letters to four major automakers informing them that the federal...

Taking it to the Limit: Shifting US Antitrust Policy Toward Standards...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Taking it to the Limit: Shifting US Antitrust Policy Toward Standards Development By Jorge L. Contreras In November 2017, US Assistant Attorney...

Book introduction: Antitrust law in the new economy

Posted by Social Science Research Network Book introduction: Antitrust law in the new economy By Mark R. Patterson (Fordham University) Abstract:      Markets run on information....

May-08(1)

In this issue: The CFI's Judgment in Deutsche Telekom   Peter Alexiadis, May 12, 2008 ''Informative and Interesting''*: The CFI Rules in Deutsche Telekom v. European Commission The Deutsche...

Patents in Motion: The Troubling Implications of the N-Data Settlement

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Anne Layne-Farrar, Mar 26, 2009 A little over a year ago, in January 2008,...

What The Rambus Ruling Means For Intellectual Property In Standard Setting

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Anne Layne-Farrar, Feb 15, 2007 On February 5 the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC)...
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