The US Supreme Court on Monday, june 21, ruled against the NCAA in a landmark antitrust case that specifically challenged the association’s ability to have...
The Supreme Court on Friday asked eight cement manufacturing companies to deposit 10% of the penalty amount imposed on them by the Competition Commission...
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Antitrust, Political Economy, and the Nomination of Brett Kavanaugh
By Chris Sagers
The essay considers the record of Supreme Court nominee...
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Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's Antitrust Record
By Sarah Licht, John A. Rackson, Arnold & Porter
On July 9, 2018, President Trump announced the...
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A Focus on Price: Antitrust in the Kavanaugh Era
By Shepard Goldfein and Karen Hoffman Lent
With confirmation hearings looming for DC...
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Will Kavanaugh's "Modern Approach" Change The Trajectory of Supreme Court Antitrust Jurisprudence?
By Womble Bond Dickinson
In my last post, I discussed one of...
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How Might A Justice Kavanaugh Impact Antitrust Jurisprudence?
By Stephen Calkins
Throughout his judicial career, the US president’s latest nominee to the Supreme...
Posted by National Review
Brett Kavanaugh Is an Excellent Judge, but Is He the Best Choice?
By David French
Since the moment Justice Kennedy stepped down, an...
Posted by The New Yorker
Why Donald Trump Nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court
By Amy Davidson Sorkin
Donald Trump walked into the East Room of...
Justice Anthony Kennedy announced Wednesday he's retiring at the end of July, giving President Donald Trump another chance to fundamentally reshape the highest court...