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Plus Factors in Price Fixing: Insightful or Anachronistic? , pp 1-41 Downloads
Malcolm B. Coate
The law and economics of class actions: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow , pp 1-9 Downloads
James Langenfeld and Raleigh Richards
From: Hydrogen Peroxide: to: Comcast:: The new rigor in antitrust class actions: James Keyte, Paul Eckles and Karen Lent are partners in the antitrust group of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP , pp 11-63 Downloads
James Keyte, Paul Eckles and Karen Lent
Refusal to Deal and Investment in Product Quality , pp 43-66 Downloads
Stephen Martin
The class cert games: Coach, commentator, or critic? , pp 65-76 Downloads
Joshua P. Davis
Hicks-Marshall Conditions and Defining Antitrust Markets for Intermediate Goods , pp 67-90 Downloads
James Langenfeld, Jonathan T. Tomlin, David A. Weiskopf and Georgi Giozov
Antitrust class proceedings – Then and now , pp 77-133 Downloads
Michael D. Hausfeld, Gordon Rausser, Gareth J. Macartney, Michael P. Lehmann and Sathya S. Gosselin
The Problem of Hindsight Bias in Fraudulent Conveyance Cases: A Review of Possible “Market-Based” Solutions , pp 91-117 Downloads
Anand Goel and Sumon Mazumdar
Franchisees’ Resale Price Policy Facing Legal, Contractual and Professional Constraints: Insights from European and French Perspectives , pp 119-142 Downloads
Guy Basset and Rozenn Perrigot
Econometric tests for analyzing common impact , pp 135-160 Downloads
Kevin W. Caves and Hal J. Singer
Different Rules of Legal-Cost Allocation and Patent Holdup , pp 143-159 Downloads
Elisabetta Ottoz and Franco Cugno
Assessing market efficiency for reliance on the fraud-on-the-market doctrine after: Wal-Mart: and: Amgen: Bajaj is the Global Head of the Finance and Securities Practice of Navigant Economics. Mazumdar is the Lead Director of the Finance and Securities Practice of Navigant Economics. Both are members of the Finance faculty at the Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of California-Berkeley. Daniel A. McLaughlin is Counsel with Sidley Austin LLP. The opinions expressed herein are opinions of the authors alone and not of their respective organizations or their clients , pp 161-207 Downloads
Mukesh Bajaj, Sumon C. Mazumdar and Daniel A. McLaughlin
The Strategic Use of Licensing Commitments in a Standardization Context , pp 161-179 Downloads
Henry Delcamp and Yann Ménière
Cost Sharing and Bankruptcy Law Orientation , pp 181-207 Downloads
Nicolae Stef
The Monetary Cost of Raising Children , pp 209-251 Downloads
William S. Comanor, Mark Sarro and R. Mark Rogers
European collective redress: Lessons learned from the U.S. experience: This article was originally presented at the Spring Meeting of the ABA Section of International Law, which was held in New York in April 2012. We have updated the original version to account for recent events , pp 209-248 Downloads
Ethan E. Litwin and Morgan J. Feder
Cartel overcharges: The author is Professor Emeritus at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. He is indebted to Professor Robert H. Lande, who worked with the author on earlier law review articles on cartel overcharges; he also was responsible for locating several overcharges from antitrust verdicts in U.S. courts and provided meticulous comments on this version , pp 249-387 Downloads
John M. Connor
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