The FTC’s redress authority should be limited to cases that involve fraud and should not extend to routine “advertising substantiation” cases.
In This Issue
Recent FTC consumer protection initiatives illustrate the agency's commitment to securing effective conduct relief to protect consumers and to provide guidance to the public regarding best practices…
Keanu Reeves, Simpson’s Paradox, Nicholas Cage, and Dead Salmon: Four Insights into Econometrics for Antitrust Counsel
It is critical that lawyers understand the economic analysis presented by their experts. This article explains four key economic concepts to a non-expert audience.
The Hutchison Judgment: A Rare Judicial Strike Against the European Commission’s Approach to Merger Assessments
The EU General Court's decision to annul the EC's 2016 prohibition of the proposed merger of two of the UK’s cellular network operators may have significant implications for the EC's approach to futu…
Reviewer James Keyte commends Barry Hawk’s new book for offering a global and historical comparative look at competition systems and laws.