Antitrust

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The Antitrust Revolution

I taught antitrust law as an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago for twelve years. Then I […]

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Is Criminal Enforcement of Section 2, the Sherman Act Coming?

In March, I attended the American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section’s Spring Meeting in Washington. A hot topic under discussion […]

Google Antitrust Suit and the DOJ’s Warning about Third-Party Messaging Apps

Google Antitrust Suit and the DOJ’s Warning about Third-Party Messaging Apps

On March 3, 2023, the Department of Justice (DOJ) released a new policy announcing that when considering leniency for companies […]

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Ruling Redefines “Rule of Reason” in McDonald’s Antitrust Case

No-poach agreements are a hot topic in antitrust. Both government agencies and private plaintiffs have challenged such agreements. Recently the […]

Unfair Competition Under Section 5 of the FTC Act

Unfair Competition Under Section 5 of the FTC Act

The Federal Trade Commission under Chair Lina Khan has sought to invigorate competition enforcement and rulemaking since President Biden appointed […]

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The Exchange of Information: Per Se or Rule of Reason?

Recently, I attended the ABA Antitrust Section’s Spring Meeting in Washington. One of the hot topics of discussion was the […]

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The FTC Rule Banning Non-Compete Agreements

A hot topic in antitrust today is the FTC’s proposed rule banning non-compete agreements as an unfair method of competition […]

Major Antitrust Trends For 2015

The BakerHostetler Antitrust advocate previews some information to be found in The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2015, which includes […]

Eliminate The Antitrust Exception To Corporate Charging Guidelines

There is one glaring exception to a Department of Justice policy that considers the existence of a compliance program as a factor in determining whether to charge a corporation with a crime.

NCAA Antitrust Lawsuit, Five Years In The Making, Begins In California Court

The NCAA will pay $20 million to some student football and basketball athletes who sued over the use of their […]

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