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Antitrust Law Developments (Eighth)

Antitrust and Consumer Protection Breaking News

  • Courthouse News – https://bit.ly/3olGbnx - With much of the antitrust fight between Apple and Epic Games centering on consumer choice and convenience, the warring tech giants trotted out dueling experts on Thursday to quibble over whether computers ... Read More

  • Reuters – https://reut.rs/3tMKM3l - On Thursday a California federal judge dismissed antitrust claims against Google brought by a group of advertisers, but offered them a chance to try again after addressing what she called "serious concerns." The ruling ... Read More

  • U.S. News & World Report – https://bit.ly/33K9Ptm - On Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would raise government filing fees on large mergers and acquisitions in order to better fund enforcement agencies' antitrust probes. ... Read More

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    Message from Chair Gary Zanfagna

    It is my pleasure to provide an update on activities and initiatives the Section has been busy working on. As I said in my last message, it is truly an exciting time to be an antitrust, consumer protection, and data privacy expert.

    This year’s Spring Meeting (our 69th) will set the stage for our continued exploration of the future of antitrust. Taking place virtually and within the first 100 days of a new administration, the Spring Meeting will feature a distinguished slate of practitioners, academics, elected officials, and enforcers who will enlighten and educate the public about various aspects of the future of antitrust. In addition to the diverse programming, the Spring Meeting will provide fantastic virtual networking opportunities that bring together over 2,000 attendees from around the world. 


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    Analysis from the Firms

    • Tech giants (such as google.com, facebook.com, amazon.com) are commonly referred to as "platforms" in our everyday language and academic circles. But our ... Read More

    • Dear all, I am thrilled to be introducing the " Computational Antitrust " project at CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (Stanford University). ... Read More

    • The UK government today confirmed that it will not adopt the EU State aid rules after the end of the Brexit transition period: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-sets-out-plans-for-new-approach-to-subsidy-control ... Read More