Antitrust Aftermarkets 25+ Years After Kodak: An Update on US/EU Law and Economic Theory
1 PM EDT
Recent antitrust cases in “aftermarkets” have focused on a wide variety of industries, from sales of coffee pods for single-serve machines, to sales of voice services and accessories for iPhones, to repair services for luxury watches, anesthesia machines, and auxiliary power units for aircraft. What is the state of the law on antitrust aftermarkets 25+ years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Kodak? Do the US and EU diverge in their approach to aftermarkets? How well has the law tracked economic theory? How has the proliferation of software enabled products and the collection of consumer data impacted aftermarket conduct?
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