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Global Antitrust Institute’s Critique of China’s Latest Antitrust-IP Guidelines is on the Mark

Over the last two years, the Scalia Law School’s Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) has taken a leadership role in promoting sound antitrust analysis of intellectual property rights (IPRs), through its insightful analysis of IP-antitrust guidance proffered by governments around the world ( 849 more words

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Conglomerate effects and the incentive to deal reasonably with other providers of complementary products [Ag-Biotech Symposium]

Allen Gibby is a Senior Fellow at the International Center for Law & Economics

Modern agriculture companies like Monsanto, DuPont, and Syngenta, develop cutting-edge seeds containing genetic traits that make them resistant to insecticides and herbicides. 1,328 more words

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Bundling and Competition Law in China: Sage Comments by the Scalia Law School’s Global Antitrust Institute

  1. Introduction

For nearly two years, the Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) at George Mason University’s Scalia Law School has filed an impressive series of comments on foreign competition laws and regulations.  759 more words

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TOTM welcomes guest blogger (and newest ICLE Senior Scholar) Nicolas Petit

TOTM is pleased to welcome guest blogger Nicolas Petit, Professor of Law & Economics at the University of Liege, Belgium.

Nicolas has also recently been named a (non-resident) Senior Scholar at… 168 more words

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Experts’ Report Proposes Greater Coordination of U.S. Competition Law and Trade Law Policies

On March 14, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce released a report “by an independent group of experts it commissioned to consider U.S. responses to the inappropriate use of antitrust enforcement actions worldwide to achieve industrial policy outcomes.”  (See… 954 more words

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Copyright and the Public Interest: The Importance of Ensuring that Righteousness of Purpose Doesn’t Trump Principle

I recently became aware of a decision from the High Court in South Africa that examines an interesting intersection of freedom of expression, copyright and contract. 1,360 more words

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Common Ownership by Institutional Investors: Beware Antitrust Overreach

The antitrust industry never sleeps – it is always hard at work seeking new business practices to scrutinize, eagerly latching on to any novel theory of anticompetitive harm that holds out the prospect of future investigations.  1,098 more words

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