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Antitrust in an Election Year – 10 Minutes With Amy Klobuchar

Below, we have provided the full transcript of an interview with US Senator for Minnesota Amy Klobuchar from the third episode of our series,...
FTC fit to its purpose: responding to Kovacic’s market investigation proposal

FTC fit to its purpose: responding to Kovacic’s market investigation proposal

The U.S. antitrust agencies function as law enforcers and competition advocates. Giving the Federal Trade Commission market investigation and remedy powers ...
Antitrust Chronicle - Antitrust in Times of Crisis

Antitrust in Times of Crisis

The COVID-19 virus has upended our lives and forced individuals, businesses, and governments alike...
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Umbrella Liability: Has Its Time Come?

By Michael D. Hausfeld & Irving Scher (Hausfeld)1   Introduction This Article addresses the case law and commentary dealing with the question of whether antitrust claims brought...

Antitrust in an Election Year – Back to the Future: In...

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the panel discussion, Back to the Future: In Need of a New Antitrust Framework from the...
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New York Could Lead the Nation Into 21st Century Antitrust Enforcement 

By Grant Petrosyan (Constantine Cannon) New York is on the verge of revamping state antitrust enforcement to tackle competition issues of the 21st Century. On September 14,...
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The State of U.S. Federal Antitrust Enforcement

By Michael Kades (Equitable Growth) Competition policy in the United States has become a major public policy issue for the first time in decades, but discussion...

Abusing Antitrust Enforcement for Personal Gain? Malawi’s Competition Agency Misled by...

By Editor (African Antitrust) As it turns out, some savvy ‘entrepreneurs’ have been able to use competition-law enforcement on the African continent to their personal...
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Uncertainty in U.S. Price-Gouging Law Compliance and Defense

Allegations of price gouging are ubiquitous in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the late 1970s, 40 U.S. states have enacted price-gouging laws...

Antitrust Enforcement During COVID-19: China’s Response and the Long-Term Implications

By Wei Han & Yajie Gao1   COVID-19 is the first economic disruption to hit China since implementation of the Anti-Monopoly Law of the P.R.C. (“AML”)...

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