The authors argue that merger analysis should distinguish between cluster markets and bundle markets where customers buy multiple products and services from the same supplier.
In This Issue
The authors analyze the circuit split over whether the sham litigation exemption to Noerr-Pennington antitrust immunity can apply to filing multiple lawsuits, none of which is objectively baseless.
EU antitrust law does not deal specifically with the abuse of economic dependence, a situation that might arise in B2B commercial relations when there is a relative imbalance of market power.
Richard Gilbert's book, Innovation Matters: Competition Policy for the High-Technology Economy, synthesizes what he has learned in his long engagement with innovation economics and competition policy…
Book Review: The Implications for Antitrust of Radical Uncertainty: Decision-Making Beyond the Numbers
Reviewer Seth Sacher applies the lessons of John Kay and Mervyn King concerning the use of economic models under uncertainty to draw parallels for the practice of antitrust.
Steven Cernak commends Nicolas Petit’s analysis for going behind the headline coverage of Big Tech to find the common factors in the behavior of these companies and what it means for antitrust.