In one of the biggest antitrust cases in a generation, the Justice Department opted for a narrow claim.
Courts should impose antitrust remedies consistent with underlying principles of market competition.
As the scope of regulation in an industry narrows, the scope of potential antitrust liability becomes broader.
To commemorate The Regulatory Review’s 10th anniversary, leading scholars and practitioners reflect on regulation’s past, present, and future.
Scholars argue that courts could interpret the Clayton Act to prevent mergers that result in lowering wages.
The FTC and Justice Department must change their interpretation of antitrust laws to protect fair competition in agriculture.
Technology giants face growing scrutiny from Congress and regulators over their dominance.
A federal antitrust investigation of automakers cooperating with California probably has no basis in law.
A recent Supreme Court case allows end users to sue for antitrust violations.
A significant federal court decision expands on the relationship between antitrust and intellectual property law.
Regulators consider whether mutual funds’ common ownership of competing companies is bad for consumers.
Senator Warren’s proposals seek to protect older technologies at the expense of consumers and workers.