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A “PRINCIPLED” APPROACH TO THE DESIGN OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLICY

Dennis L. Weisman.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

December 2010; published online June 2010.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law; economics. 14031 words.

The Obama administration came into power championing a philosophical shift in regulatory and antitrust policy. The telecommunications industry was singled out by the administration as a...

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Aalberts: Largest Cartel Fine Annulment Based on Merits is Upheld (Fittings case)

Evelina Kurgonaite.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

December 2013; published online October 2013.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 1011 words.

The General Court's error of law committed by disregarding ‘the very premise’ of the contested Commission's decision that companies in question formed a single economic entity does not...

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ABOLISHING THE PRICE SQUEEZE AS A THEORY OF ANTITRUST LIABILITY

J. Gregory Sidak.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

June 2008; published online June 2008.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law; economics. 13600 words.

A “price squeeze,” or “margin squeeze,” is a theory of antitrust liability under section 2 of the Sherman Act that concerns a vertically integrated monopolist that sells its upstream...

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Abuse of Dominant Position in the Context of Exclusive Rights Granted by Authorities

Cosmo Graham.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

April 2013; published online December 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 808 words.

In Greek Lignite, the General Court has decided that inequality of opportunity, without more, does not constitute an abuse of dominant position in the context of Article 106(1) TFEU.

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ACCESS AND INFORMATION REMEDIES IN HIGH-TECH ANTITRUST

Spencer Weber Waller.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

September 2012; published online July 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law; economics. 8165 words.

As antitrust becomes more complex, so do its remedies. While access and disclosure remedies have been a part of antitrust law since the very earliest days of the Sherman Act, they have...

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Access to Documents in Competition Files: Where do we Stand, Two Years after TGI?

Gaëtane Goddin.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

April 2013; published online January 2013.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 6884 words.

In 2010, the Court of Justice opened the way for taking the specificities of competition law into account while assessing requests for access to documents.

In the subsequent case...

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Access to Leniency Documents—Another Piece in the Puzzle Regarding Public and Private Antitrust Enforcement? (Germany)

Thorsten Mäger, Daniel J. Zimmer and Sarah Milde.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

April 2013; published online December 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 1379 words.

Cartel victims may not be granted access to leniency documents stemming from antitrust prosecution by the Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt).

In the case at issue, the...

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Aiming for Alliance: Competition Law and Consumer Welfare

Pieter Kalbfleisch.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

April 2011; published online April 2011.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 6988 words.

An important question is whether improving consumer welfare is, or should be, an explicitly-stated goal of competition law enforcement. In addressing this question, we must focus,...

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The Akzo Case: Up a Corporate Tree for Parental Liability for Competition Law Infringements

Erik H. Pijnacker Hordijk and Simone J. H. Evans.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

March 2010; published online March 2010.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 2102 words.

The European Court of Justice has ruled that there is a rebuttable liability presumption of parent companies for their subsidiary's cartel offences in the case of a 100 per cent...

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Alliance One: General Court Overturned Parental Liability of a Pure Financial Holding Company

Christina Hummer.

in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice

April 2011; published online March 2011.

Journal Article. Subjects: competition law. 1111 words.

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The General Court ruled that a pure financial holding company without exercising actual decisive influence cannot be held liable.

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