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Compliance And Enforcement In A Blockchain(ed) World

Compliance And Enforcement In A Blockchain(ed) World

By Ajinkya M. Tulpule - Most legal professionals have come across the term “blockchain” or “bitcoin” as part of their legal advisory work, training sessions, client...

Platform regulation — ex-ante versus ex-post intervention: evolving our antitrust tools...

Alex Chisholm & Nelson Jung, March 20, 2016 The rapid change in the economic environment, in particular the growth of the digital economy, poses challenges...

Comparing the incomparable? An analysis of the enforcement of abuse of...

By Alvaro García-Delgado & Andrea Redondo -  At first sight, energy and ICT sectors could be regarded as having nothing to do with each other....

JAN-11(2)

In this issue: We're starting the new year with a look at a topic that has been and looks to be with us for a...

SEP-12(2)

One of the biggest challenges in antitrust is keeping technology issues straight. To help everyone stay informed, we asked some experts to bring us...

Bringing Antitrust’s Economic and Institutional Limits to the FTC’s Consumer Protection...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Geoffrey Manne, May 13, 2014 In 1914 Congress gave the U.S. Federal Trade Commission...

A few reflections on the FTC’s decision on Google

David Evans, Jan 08, 2013   The FTC’s 5-0 decision to drop its investigation into Google’s search-related practices is breathtaking. A number of companies had charged...

Reasons to Reject a No Injunctions Rule for SEPs and FRAND-Obligated...

Hill Wellford, Apr 30, 2012 Government officials, academics, and some industry participants recently have suggested that holders of so-called "standards-essential patents" ("SEPs"), meaning patents that are...

Reasons to Reject a No Injunctions Rule for SEPs and FRAND-Obligated...

Hill Wellford, Apr 30, 2012 Government officials, academics, and some industry participants recently have suggested that holders of so-called "standards-essential patents" ("SEPs"), meaning patents that are...

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...
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