Antitrust

Recentering Worker Welfare in the Breakup Debates

Recentering Worker Welfare in the Breakup Debates

Scholar shows how current antitrust remedies fail to consider effects on workers.

A New Approach to FTC Antitrust Regulation

A New Approach to FTC Antitrust Regulation

Scholar proposes a no-collusion rule to limit tacit collusion.

Antitrust Enforcement of Startup Acquisitions

Antitrust Enforcement of Startup Acquisitions

Scholars urge antitrust enforcement against technology firms that acquire startups.

The Supreme Court’s 2020-2021 Regulatory Term

The Supreme Court’s 2020-2021 Regulatory Term

Scholars discuss some of the Court’s most significant regulatory decisions.

Addressing Big Tech’s Power Over Speech

Addressing Big Tech’s Power Over Speech

Antitrust has a role in addressing the considerable power social media companies possess over speech.

How America Turns Competitors Into Colleagues

How America Turns Competitors Into Colleagues

The collaboration between pharmaceutical giants puts antitrust law at risk.

A Modern Antitrust Law for Tech Tycoons

A Modern Antitrust Law for Tech Tycoons

Proposed legislation could update antitrust legal standards and the U.S. government’s enforcement capacity.

Google’s Break

Google’s Break

In one of the biggest antitrust cases in a generation, the Justice Department opted for a narrow claim.

Antitrust Remedies for Big Tech

Antitrust Remedies for Big Tech

Courts should impose antitrust remedies consistent with underlying principles of market competition.

Antitrust and Regulation Over Time

Antitrust and Regulation Over Time

As the scope of regulation in an industry narrows, the scope of potential antitrust liability becomes broader.

Celebrating The Regulatory Review’s Tenth Anniversary

Celebrating The Regulatory Review’s Tenth Anniversary

To commemorate The Regulatory Review’s 10th anniversary, leading scholars and practitioners reflect on regulation’s past, present, and future.

Mergers That Monopolize Labor Should Not Pass Go

Mergers That Monopolize Labor Should Not Pass Go

Scholars argue that courts could interpret the Clayton Act to prevent mergers that result in lowering wages.