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Antitrust Chronicle

2006 - 2015

from Competition Policy International
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2015, volume 5

On the Utility of Surrogates for Rule of Reason Cases Downloads
Kevin Caves and Hal Singer
Vertical Restraints and the Forgotten Function of Prices in Brand Management Downloads
Roman Inderst and Frank Maier-Rigaud
Most Favored Customer Clauses in Online Retail: Best Price or Bad Deal? Downloads
Samir Gandhi, Rahul Rai and Hemangini Dadwal
Online Price Restraints Under U.S. Antitrust Law Downloads
Richard Steuer
Online Hotel Booking Downloads
Edurne Navarro Varona and Aarón Hernández Canales
Most Favored Nation Clauses: A French Perspective on the Case Downloads
Olivier Billard and Pierre Honore

2015, volume 4

St. Luke’s-Saltzer: Where Does the Ninth Circuit Opinion Leave Quality-Enhancing Provider Integration in Allegedly Concentrated Markets? Downloads
Monica Noether
FTC v. St. Luke’s: Is the Efficiencies Defense Dead or Alive? Downloads
Deirdre McEvoy and Kathrina Szymborski
The Affordable Care Act Efficiencies Defense in Section 7 Cases: FTC v. St. Luke’s and Antitrust Unicorns Downloads
Kent Bernard
North Carolina Dental: A Broad Impact on Antitrust Immunity Downloads
Jane Willis and Amy Paul
Antitrust Scrutiny for Licensed Occupations: A Way Forward Downloads
Bruce Sokler and Helen Kim
North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC: How States Will Respond to Improve Competition and Accountability in State Regulatory Boards Downloads
Austin Smith, Logan Breed and Robert Leibenluft
Supreme Court Requires State Supervision of Professional Boards to Secure Antitrust Immunity Downloads
Kenneth Field, Michael Knight and Bevin M.B. Newman
Rediscovering Capture: Antitrust Federalism and the North Carolina Dental Case Downloads
Herbert Hovenkamp
Regulatory Capture: Private Interests Deriving Public Policy—The International Clearing House Case in Pakistan Downloads
Joseph Wilson
Israel—"Follow-On" Class Actions Against International Cartels Downloads
Tal Eyal-Boger and Ziv Schwartz
An Introduction to Iranian Competition Law and Policy Downloads
Mina Hosseini
Expectations from the CCI after Five Years of Existence and a Change in Federal Government Downloads
K Sharma K
Competition Law Scrutiny of Vexatious Litigation in India: Recent Developments Downloads
Ravisekhar Nair and Shivanghi Sukumar
Defining “Enterprises†Poses a Jurisdictional Challenge Downloads
Abdullah Hussain

2015, volume 3

Apples and Oranges: Comparing Assertions of SEPs and Differentiating Patents from an Antitrust Perspective Downloads
Jay Jurata and Adya Baker
Original Sin Downloads
John Harkrider
The 2015 DOJ IEEE Business Review Letter: The Triumph of Industrial Policy Preferences Over Law and Evidence Downloads
Roy Hoffinger
Updating a Patent Policy: The IEEE Experience Downloads
Michael Lindsay and Konstantinos Konstantinos
IEEE Business Review Letter: The DOJ Reveals Its Hand Downloads
Hugh Hollman
The Application of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law to Essential Patent Licensing: The NDRC/QUALCOMM Action Downloads
James Rill and James Kress
Standards, Royalty Stacking, and Collective Action Downloads
Jorge Contreras
A Brief Overview of Qualcomm v. Korea Fair Trade Commission Downloads
Yoonhee Kim and Hui Jin Yang
An Analysis of the Federal Circuit’s Decision in Ericsson v. D-Link Downloads
Anne Layne-Farrar and Koren Wong-Ervin
F/RANDly Judicial Advice to the Rescue: Ericsson v. D-Link Downloads
Dina Kallay
The Royalty Stacking Supposition Downloads
Richard Stark
The Next FRAND Battle: Why the Royalty Base Matters Downloads
Joseph Kattan
Defining “Reasonable†in RAND: A Bit of Common Sense Downloads
Sean Gates
Carte Blanche for SSOs? The Antitrust Division’s Business Review Letter on the IEEE’s Patent Policy Update Downloads
Stuart Chemtob
Standard Setting, Patents, and Competition Law Enforcement—The Need for U.S. Policy Reform Downloads
Alden Abbott

2015, volume 2

What Agenda for the Newly Appointed EU Competition Commissioner? Downloads
Mario Todino
Trusting European Member States to Comply With the EC’s Antitrust Damages Directive Downloads
David Burstyner
The EU Directive on Antitrust Damage Actions and the Role of Bundling Claims by Assignment Downloads
Till Schreiber and Martin Seegers
The Development of the Class Action in the United Kingdom Downloads
Michael Dean
Class Actions Against Infringements of EU Competition Law: A One-Way Road Towards Effective Private Enforcement? Downloads
Lia Vitzilaiou and George Zohios
Half a Revolution? Damages for Breaches of Competition Law in the European Union Downloads
Elaine Whiteford
Collective Redress and the EU Directive on Actions for Antitrust Damages on Parallel Paths—Where Are We Now? Downloads
Ann Marie Galvin
International Standards of Procedural Fairness and Transparency in Chinese Investigations Downloads
Fay Zhou, John Eichlin and Xi Liao
MOFCOM Simple Cases: The First Six Months Downloads
Marc Waha
The Development of Antitrust Law in the Chinese Automobile Industry—An Evolving Regime Downloads
Hazel Yin and Ruohan Zhang
China’s Recent Antitrust Investigations and Lessons for Foreign Companies Downloads
Liu Yang
Merger Filing Regime in the PRC: Uncertainty Still Remains in the Concept of “Control†– Complex Dilemma Faced by Foreign Investors Downloads
Kiyoko Yagami
A Tale of Two Courts: Handling Market Definition in Abuse of Dominance Cases Under Market Share-Based Statutory Power Presumptions in China and Korea Downloads
Yong Lim and Yunyu Shen

2015, volume 1

Key Competition and Foreign Investment Review: Trends for Canada in 2015 Downloads
Charles Tingley and Mark Katz
Intellectual Ventures v. Capital One: Can Antitrust Law and Economics Get Us Past the Trolls? Downloads
Michelle Miller and Janusz Ordover
The FTAIA in Flux: Foreign Component-Goods Cases Have Tripped, But Have They Fallen? Downloads
Randy Stutz
Judge Posner Speaks on the FTAIA: Rejects Fermat’s Principle of Least Time Downloads
James Martin
The Comity-Deterrence Trade-off and the FTAIA: Motorola Mobility Revisited Downloads
Joseph Harrington
Extraterritoriality and Input Cartels: Life in the Global Value Lane—The Collision Course with Empagran and How to Avert It Downloads
Eleanor Fox
Why the Motorola Mobility Decision was Good for Cartel Enforcement and Deterrence Downloads
Robert Connolly
The Motorola Decision Overlooks How Cartels and Corporate Families Operate Downloads
David Barth
The 2014 Directive on Private Enforcement—Looking Back and Looking Forward Downloads
Andreas Reindl
The Antitrust Damages Directive—Too Little, Too Late Downloads
Sebastian Peyer
The EU Directive on Antitrust Actions for Damages and Its Side-Effects on Civil Procedure in the European Union Downloads
Stefano Grassani
The Antitrust Damages Directive: The Ideal of Just Compensation and the Primacy of Public Enforcement Downloads
Veljko Milutinovic
The Appearance of an EU Level Playing Field in the Area of Private Antitrust Enforcement Actions Downloads
Laurent Geelhand
A Fleet Without a Captain? Taking Stock of European Antitrust Litigation Post EU Directive Downloads
Hans Friederiszick and Michael Rauber
The Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions and Its role in the Future Enforcement of the EU Antitrust Rules Downloads
Daniele Calisti and Luke Haasbeek
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