L’activité de l’Autorité de la concurrence en matière de nouvelles technologies

Pour (éventuellement) citer cette étude : Thibault Schrepel, L’activité de l’Autorité de la concurrence en matière de nouvelles technologies, Juillet 2016 ************ Le 6 juillet 2016, l’Autorité de la concurrence a publié son rapport annuel pour le compte de l’année 2015 (lien vers le document compilé). Il s’agit, comme chaque année, de rappeler les temps […]

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Applying the Neo-Chicago School’s framework to high-tech markets

To quote this article: Thibault Schrepel, Applying the Neo-Chicago School’s framework to high-tech markets, May 2016 ************ The « antitrust law community » loves to argue over which school of thoughts is the best suited to the New Economy. And indeed, it’s a lot of fun. But more than that, determining which school of thoughts provides the […]

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U.S. cases: « product redesign » as anti-competitive strategy

To quote this article : Thibault Schrepel, U.S. cases: « product redesign » as anti-competitive strategy, February 2016 ************ This post is from our series dedicated to statistical analyses of antitrust law. We called it: « Let’s Stat ». Methodology: We entered the keyword « product redesign » AND « antitrust » AND « section 2 » AND « Sherman Act » on WestLawNext search engine. Comments: Product […]

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Top 10 most downloaded antitrust articles in 2015

Le Concurrentialiste is pleased to present you the top 10 most downloaded antitrust articles in 2015. We based this ranking on all English articles published on SSRN for the first time during the year of 2015. We considered those published in academic law reviews and colloquiums. Good reading to all. 1. « Horizontal Shareholding » by Einer Elhauge, […]

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Chart: Huawei v. ZTE (ECJ, 16 July 2015)

Dear readers, Le Concurrentialiste is very pleased to present you our very first « understand a case by looking at a chart, » or something like that. The first case under the spotlight is Huawei v. ZTE (C‐170/13), which was settled by the European Court of justice on July 16, 2015. We focused our first chart on […]

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Les fonds souverains de brevets : course à l’armement

Pour (éventuellement) citer cette étude : Thibault Schrepel, Les fonds souverains de brevets : course à l’armement, Revue Concurrentialiste, Juin 2015 ************ Cet article est un résumé de celui paru au Journal of World Economics, « Towards a Global Patent Arms Race » (lien) La version originale est disponible via GenerationLibre (lien) ——— Télécharger la […]

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Antitrust Letter #23

The “Antitrust Letter” is a monthly series of articles written in french and english by founding member Thibault Schrepel. Each month’s release analyzes major changes within United States antitrust law and legal precedents, whilst contrasting and occasionally drawing parallels to European antitrust legal issues. « Antitrust Letter » est la chronique mensuelle du Concurrentialiste rédigée par Thibault Schrepel, l’un des […]

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La doctrine Colgate et les alternatives aux accords de prix de revente imposés (Jarod Bona)

Cet article a été écrit et publié sur le site Internet de Jarod Bona, The Antitrust Attorney (lien) Sa traduction a été effectuée par Morgan Carbonnel créateur du Concurrentialiste The original english version of this article follows the french one. ———————— Le sujet des prix de revente imposés est l’un de ceux qui agitent le plus la doctrine et […]

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Antitrust Letter #22

The “Antitrust Letter” is a monthly series of articles written in french and english by founding member Thibault Schrepel. Each month’s release analyzes major changes within United States antitrust law and legal precedents, whilst contrasting and occasionally drawing parallels to European antitrust legal issues. « Antitrust Letter » est la chronique mensuelle du Concurrentialiste rédigée par Thibault Schrepel, l’un des […]

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The Scholar Edition: « China Antitrust Review 2014 and Perspectives for 2015 and Beyond »

Download the article over here This article was written by Nathalie Boué, lawyer and professor at Temple University Beasley School of Law (Tokyo, Japan campus) and Sorbonne-Assas International Law School (Singapore campus). ABSTRACT (in english): The liberalization of the Chinese economy started in 1978 with the “Open Door Policy” initiated by Deng Xiaoping and lately accelerated […]

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