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Antitrust Chronicle

2006 - 2012

from Competition Policy International
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2009, volume 8

Doom or Gloom? The Experience of China’s Antitrust Law in the First 200 Days Downloads
Steve Yu
Is the Supreme Court Importing Antitrust Economics into Patent Law? A Different Look at eBay, MedImmune, KSR, and Quanta Computer Downloads
Hill Wellford
Access v. Efficiency: Reflections on the Consequences of Twombly and Iqbal Downloads
Arthur Miller
The European Commission Formulates its Enforcement Priorities as Regards Exclusionary Conduct by Dominant Undertakings Downloads
Philip Lowe
Antitrust In the New U.S. Administration: A TransAtlantic View Downloads
Abel Mateus
Sports Leagues and the Rule of Reason: How to Assess Internal Venture Restraints Downloads
James Keyte and Paul Eckles
A Comment on the Intel Fine Downloads
Keith Hylton
Selective Distribution of Branded and Luxury Products and the Conjuncture of Online and Offline Commerce in the Light of the European Commission's Revision of the Vertical Restraints Regime Downloads
Andres Font Galarza and Constantin Gissler
Exceptional Approval of Major Mergers: London and Brussels Compared Downloads
Ian Forrester and Stefan Mahoney
Price Squeeze Claims Succumb to Need for "Clear Rules" Downloads
Thomas Barnett, Shimica Gaskins and John Graubert
Cartel Facilitators Bewareâ€â€AC Treuhand Spurs Competition Authorities into Action Downloads
Wilko van Weert and Gordon Christian
Pharmaceutical Patent Settlementsâ€â€A Presumption in Reverse Downloads
Kristina Nordlander and Patrick Harrison
It Ain’t Funny How Time Slips Away: Amnesty Recipient Cooperation in Civil Antitrust Litigation Downloads
Jay Himes
Selective Distribution and Luxury Goods: The Challenge of the Internet? Downloads
Denis Waelbroeck, Emily Clark and Mat Hughes

2009, volume 7

Ashcroft v. Iqbal: Taking Twombly a Step Further Downloads
Caroline Mitchell and David Wallach
What You Need to Know About Twombly: The Use and Misuse of Economic and Statistical Evidence in Pleadings Downloads
David S. Evans
A Proceduralist’s Perspective on Court Access After Twombly Downloads
Robert Bone
An Evidence-Based Approach to Exclusive Dealing and Loyalty Discounts Downloads
Joshua Wright
A Short History of the DOJ Section 2 Report Downloads
Michael Alvin Salinger
Identifying and Remedying Exclusionary Conduct: Microsoft, the DOJ Section 2 Report, and the New Administration Downloads
William Page
The New (Or is it Old?) Approach to Antitrust Regulation Downloads
Howard Marvel
Are Administrable Bright Line Rules Underutilized in Section 2 Analyses? Downloads
Bruce Kobayashi
The Error Cost Approach to Section 2 Legal Standards Downloads
Keith Hylton
The Brief Life of the Section 2 Report and the Uncertain Future of Bundled Discounts Downloads
Daniel Crane
Predation, Exclusion, and Complement Market Monopolization Downloads
Timothy Brennan

2009, volume 6

Competition Policy and Property Rights Downloads
John Vickers
The Price of Abuse: Intel and the European Commission Decision Downloads
Robert Lande
Headline-Grabbing Intel Fine Hides Article 82 EC Enforcement Concerns Downloads
Hazel Pearson
Does the European Commission Provide Parties with a Proper Opportunity to be Heard on the Level of Fines? Downloads
Stephen Wisking
The Court of Justice and Unlimited Jurisdiction: What Does it Mean in Practice? Downloads
Bo Vesterdorf
Cartels, Fines, and Due Process Downloads
Philip Lowe
Appealing Fines in the Competition Appeal Tribunal: An Uphill Struggle? Downloads
Ronit Kreisberger
A Current Highlight on Merger Remedies in Turkish Competition Law: Vatan Daily Case Downloads
Demet Kaya
The Luxembourg Competition Law Downloads
Daniel Becker
EC Competition Law vs. Greek Competition Law: Conscious Parallelism or Unconscious Competition? Downloads
Lia Vitzilaiou and George Zohios
Boosting the Crisis Economy Competition as an Ally Downloads
Rainer Lindberg
Fight Against Cartels in Croatia: More than a Decade of Enforcement Practice Downloads
Jasminka Pecotic Kaufman

2009, volume 5

Predatory Pricing after linkLine and Wanadoo Downloads
Adrian Emch and Gregory Leonard
Are Professional Sports Leagues Single Entities Incapable of Conspiring in Violation of the Sherman Act?: The Supreme Court Ponders Whether to Decide the Issue in American Needle v. NFL Downloads
Steven Semeraro
The Single Entity Battle Continues: American Needle and the Seventh Circuit’s Hybrid Approach Downloads
Gabe Feldman
Assessing the Antitrust Case Against the Bowl Championship Series Downloads
Andrew Zimbalist
The BCS: Antitrust Goes Bowling? Downloads
Gregory Curtner, Robert Wierenga and Atleen Kaur
Merger Action Group v. Secretary of State for BERR: External Control of the Scottish Economy, Merger Control and the Scottish 'Ring-fence': the LloydsTSB/HBOS Merger Downloads
Barry Rodger
Alitaliaâ€â€Government Interventionism, The Road to Recovery? Downloads
Philippe Noguès and Giovanni Cifelli
Merger Action Group v. Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Downloads
Helen Davies and Richard Blakeley
Class Action Standards in Crisis: Whether Common Merits Questions Predominate Does Not Depend on the Questions’ Answers Downloads
J. Douglas Richards
Toward Judicial Realism: The Evolution of Rule 23 Downloads
Katherine Funk
Hydrogen Peroxide: The Crest of the Wave Downloads
Kenneth Ewing

2009, volume 4

Illustrative Price Rises from Mergers in Differentiated Products Markets Downloads
David Parker
FTC v. CCC Holdings: Message Received Downloads
Peter Love
The FTC’s Stacked Deck under Section 13(b): Does CCC Holdings Herald a Return to the S-C-P Paradigm? Downloads
Thomas Lambert
Likelihood of Success is Still Part of the Law, Even Under 13(b) Downloads
Paul Denis
Another Look at Process: Is There Really a Difference between Merger Litigation at the Agencies? Downloads
Kyle Andeer
Recent Developments in Concentration Control Rules under China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Downloads
Jun Wei
China's Anti-Monopoly Law: An Early Report Card Downloads
Lester Ross
Pacific Bell Telephone Co. v. linkLine Communications, Inc.: The Supreme Court Provides Clarityâ€â€Sort Of Downloads
David Olsky
The linkLine Decision: Section 2 Gets Squeezed Further Downloads
Scott Martin
Margin Squeeze in the United States and in Europe: Stand Alone Abuse or Refusal to Deal? Downloads
Paolo Palmigiano
The linkLine Judgmentâ€â€A European Perspective Downloads
Francisco Enrique Gonzalez-Diaz and Jorge Padilla
Price Squeeze Abuse in the EU Telecommunications Sector: A Reasonably or Equally Efficient Test? Downloads
Serge Clerckx and Laurent de Muyter
Diverging but Increasingly Converging: The U.S. Supreme Court in linkLineâ€â€A European Perspective Downloads
Peter Alexiadis and Anthony Shortall
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