FRAND Licensing Levels under EU Law

Jean-Sébastien Borghetti, Université Paris 2 Panthéon Assas, Igor Nikolic, University College London, and Nicolas Petit, European University Institute – Department of Law (LAW) identify FRAND Licensing Levels under EU Law. ABSTRACT: This paper investigates whether EU or national law provide…

The ‘Custom And Practice’ Of Wall Street Banks Keeping “Proprietary” Fees Charged To Public Corporations Off Of The SEC “Edgar” Site And Otherwise Confidential: Impact On Price? Unlawful Conspiracy?

Thomas Wilcox has a paper on The ‘Custom And Practice’ Of Wall Street Banks Keeping “Proprietary” Fees Charged To Public Corporations Off Of The SEC “Edgar” Site And Otherwise Confidential: Impact On Price? Unlawful Conspiracy?. Download 20_03_08_Antitrut and SEC combined

Rebating Antitrust Fines to Encourage Private Damages Actions

Winand Emons, University of Bern – Department of Economics; Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and Severin Lehnhard, University of Bern are Rebating Antitrust Fines to Encourage Private Damages Actions. ABSTRACT: To encourage private actions for damages in antitrust cases…

Mere Common Ownership and the Antitrust Laws

Thom Lambert, Missouri offers thoughts on Mere Common Ownership and the Antitrust Laws. ABSTRACT: Common ownership (also called horizontal shareholding) refers to a stock investor’s owner-ship of minority stakes in multiple competing firms. Recent empirical studies have purported to show…