What’s the Future of Competition in the Intangible Economy?

By: Adrian Künzler (Oxford Business Law Blog) We live in a period which is marked by a transformation from an economy based on physical scarcity...

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...

The Antitrust Truth vs. The Discomfort of Thought

By Marianela Lopez-Galdos, Project-Disco The fact that McDonald’s maintains an extensive advertising campaign doesn’t make its burgers the best, despite their popularity.  A similar pattern...

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