Reviewing the Regulation of Fake Reviews
Experts examine consumer protection regulations to prevent fake online reviews.
Merger Law Is Dante’s Inferno Revisited
The shift by agencies away from the current guidelines on mergers and acquisitions has left firms in limbo.
Supreme Court Considers Case Against Agencies Run Amok
In Axon v. FTC, the Supreme Court will consider how district courts can hear constitutional challenges against agencies.
Can Courts Stop Hearing Processes Where the Agency Always Wins?
The Supreme Court will hear an important challenge to agency decision-making.
Walmart Threads the Needle on Separation-of-Powers Remedies
Walmart challenges the constitutionality of the FTC’s power to seek monetary or injunctive relief.
Lessons from the FTC’s Facebook Saga
The FTC’s settlement with Facebook does little to change or restrict recidivist business practices.
The P2P Fraud Conundrum
Regulators must strike a difficult balance in tamping down increased fraud on peer-to-peer payment platforms.
Why the SEC is Wrong About Implied Preclusion
Federal securities regulators should not use implied preclusion to shield themselves from constitutional challenge.
Dark Patterns Cannot Stay in the Dark
In this Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on manipulative online practices that deceive consumers.
Taming Giants in the Health Care Industry
Scholars explore potential antitrust responses to growing consolidation among health care providers.
Compromise Between Radicals and Incrementalists in Antitrust Reform
Harmonizing two approaches to antitrust law reform may protect consumer and market welfare most effectively.
Algorithmic Decisions and Their Human Consequences
A Federal Trade Commissioner urges the agency to take action to prevent bias in computer algorithms.