A coalition of advocacy groups and lawmakers urged the Federal Trade Commission to hold companies accountable as online harms against people of color and women proliferate.
What was going on in the Supreme Court’s opinion in West Virginia v. EPA? Everyone has a sense the new “major questions doctrine” will create problems for the antitrust agencies. But what kinds of problems exactly?
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The first shoe dropped last week in what may become the largest antitrust case in history.
Google, Inc., is opening its kimono to reveal a likely defense against the possibility the FTC will accuse the internet giant of improperly using its search engine function to steer consumers to...
Groups on both sides of the Atlantic took another look this month at new research on behavioral economics and its implications for antitrust enforcement and consumer protection.
The Supreme Court has granted cert in an FTC case that sought to stop a Georgia hospital from buying its only major competitor and that questioned the limits of the “state action immunity” in...
There were few voices singing in harmony at a recent Senate hearing over a major proposed music industry merger.
What do movies with lines like “Poor animals, now you have to deal with me” and “Zebras can’t drive, only people and penguins can drive” have to do with the pharmaceutical industry?