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MAR-10(2)

In this issue: We're taking a look at two pivotal cases. The Supreme Court's American Needle case (involving the National Football League) could determine when...

Jun-08(2)

In this issue: Merger Review in the U.K. Manish Das, Andrea Gomes da Silva, Jun 25, 2008 A New Style of Merger Review in the U.K.: Perspectives...

May-07(2)

In this issue: U.S. Supreme Court's Decision in Twombly   Jan 01, 2007 Background on: Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly In this case, the Court addressed the issue of...

Interview: Update on “Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications”

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Jun 19, 2012 As part of our Spring 2012 issue, CPI is presenting a retrospective of our best articles in the past and...

Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications (reprint)

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Patrick Bajari, Jun 19, 2012 A screen is a statistical test designed to detect conspiracies aimed at illegally manipulating a market. Competition authorities,...

New Lessons for Pleading the FTAIA

Max Huffman, Nov 16, 2011 In September 2011, in Minn-Chem Inc. v. Agrium Inc., the Seventh Circuit concluded that allegations of price-fixing in foreign commerce,...

Resources – Potash, the FTAIA, and Pleading Requirements

Nov 16, 2011 Resources For NOV-11(1),  The "Potash" Case  Issue: For our reader's convenience, when appropriate in the Antitrust Chronicle, we'll be presenting copies and/or links...

A Tale of Two Panels: The Size of the Chancellor’s Foot...

Chris Sagers, Nov 16, 2011 Pretty strong words have been bandied in the few years since Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly. Two leading procedure scholars...

Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Patrick Bajari, Nov 05, 2010 A screen is a statistical test designed to detect conspiracies aimed at illegally manipulating a market. Competition authorities,...

Starr v. SONY BMG: Conduct, Context, and the Presumption of Truth

Gary Jacobson, Mar 26, 2010 In Starr v. Sony BMG,  the Second Circuit became the first court of appeals to vacate a district court's judgment...

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