In this issue:

Welcome to the home page of The CPI Antitrust Chronicle (formerly GCP Magazine).  In this issue, we’re taking the first of what will probably be many looks at the antitrust issues that Intel is facing. Our focus in this issue is the advisability of the  FTC’s use of expanded powers under Section 5 of the FTC Act to bring action against Intel.

Intel v. FTC: Expanding Section 5 Power

Kent Bernard, Feb 28, 2010

The Intel Cases – Legal Convergence or Leaps of Faith?

Our focus will be on what appears at first blush to be an odd convergence of legal theory across the Atlantic Ocean…if both sides approach, but do not reach their goals, will they make things far worse rather than better?

Daniel Crane, Feb 28, 2010

Reflections on Section 5 of the FTC Act & the FTC’s Case Against Intel

It may be that the time has come for the Commission to launch a renewed effort for Section 5 independence. Such a move, however, requires not only the right time, but also the right case. Intel is not that case..

Herbert Hovenkamp, Feb 28, 2010

The FTC’s Anticompetitive Pricing Case Against Intel

Why bother emphasizing the FTC’s power to reach beyond §2 if most of the Commission challenges are covered by §2 anyway?

Keith Hylton, Feb 28, 2010

Intel and the Death of U.S. Antitrust Law

The agency will then be able to claim that it has enhanced the regulatory power of antitrust law, and effectively moved the law to a position closer to that


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