Good Night, ‘Most Favoured Nation’ Clauses!

By: Adrian Deuschle (D'Kart) Price parity clauses or most favoured nation (MFN) clauses are a hot topic in the digital economy: In 2012, the Bundeskartellamt...
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Why Are So Few Law Professors Interested in Antitrust?

By: Daniel Crane  (Pro Market) For the last several years, I have been Tweeting annually about the paucity of new US law professor hires interested in antitrust. My...
Law

The Merger Filing Fee Modernization Act is a Down Payment on...

By: Michael Kades (Washington Center for Equitable Growth) The Senate Judiciary Committee is likely to approve a bipartisan antitrust bill soon that will be a...
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The ISU Case and the SuperLeague: on Ancillarity, Object and Burden...

By: Pablo Ibañez Colomo (Chilling Competition) The world of sport was shaken a few weeks ago when a number of clubs announced a breakaway tournament,...

Nigerian Competition Law: FCCPC Publishes Penalty Guidelines

By: Michael-James Currie and Jemma Muller (African Antitrust) Nigeria is quickly emerging as one of the more important antitrust regimes on the African continent. Not...

European Commission and National Authorities Take a Stand Against Excessive Pricing...

By: Hendrik Viaene and Karolien Van der Putten (Antitrust Alert) The European Commission and national competition authorities (NCAs) are very actively fighting a number of anticompetitive practices in...
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Readers Would be Harmed by Further Book Mergers

By: Aden Hizkias (Public Knowledge) The publishing industry is growing increasingly concentrated as publishing house giants continue to merge. This hurts both authors and readers, in...

Antitrust Lessons from AT&T’s M&A Fiasco

By: Jonathan M. Barnett  (Truth on the Market) AT&T’s $102 billion acquisition of Time Warner in 2019 will go down in M&A history as an...
Law

Little Law And No New Regulator: What’s Missing In The House...

By: Neil Chilson (Pro Market) It might be hard to believe the report is missing anything. After all, the subcommittee under Cicilline’s leadership spent more...

Why the Federal Government’s Antitrust Case Against Google Should—and Likely Will—Fail

By: Thom Lambert (Truth on the Market) On October 20, 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and eleven states with Republican attorneys general sued Google for...

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