Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on the openness of AI models, populism in antitrust,...
This short article serves as an introduction to the working paper by Thibault Schrepel and Jason Pott entitled...
There were a number of decisions from April-May 2024, covering topics such as (1) the use of the SSNIP test in monopolization (as opposed to merger) cases, which raises the issue of the proper benchmark for the competitive price; (2) the proper methodologies for damages models; and (3) the Noerr-Pennington doctrine’s application to litigation incentive provisions in licensing agreements. Below we consider these issues in the context of recent decisions in Tevra v. Bayer, MSP Recovery v. Express Scripts, and...
Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on computational antitrust, the DMA, Microsoft, open-source AI, the...
Welcome to Crane’s Cartel, a trimonthly series where University of Michigan law professor Daniel Crane engages in hard-core...

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Bridging Disciplinary Disconnects: The Role of Legal Experts in Legal NLP

Computational Legal Futures is a tri-monthly series exploring the promise of computational law: digital transformation and extended intelligence in the...

Herbert Hovenkamp: “Antitrust Market Definition: the Hypothetical Monopolist and Brown Shoe”

Dear readers, the Network Law Review is delighted to present you with this month’s guest article by Herbert Hovenkamp, James B. Dinan...

Reading suggestions – March 2024

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on the dynamics of generative AI, networks-of-networks science, global computational antitrust,...

The Apple Music Streaming Case: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

On March 4, 2024, the European Commission fined Apple €1.84 billion “over abusive App store rules for music streaming providers”....

Daron Acemoglu and Simon Johnson: “The Urgent Need to Tax Digital Advertising”

Dear readers, the Network Law Review is delighted to present you with this month’s guest article by Daron Acemoglu, Institute Professor...

Introducing the “Scaling Theory” podcast

The Network Law Review is proud to support the “Scaling Theory” podcast created by Dr. Thibault Schrepel, LL.M. and available...

Ela Głowicka & Jan Málek: “Digital Empires Reinforced? Generative AI Value Chain”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

Privacy or Antitrust First? Answering with Agent-Based Modeling

Legal scholars have long been interested in predicting the effects of new rules and standards. They have focused very little...

Thibault Schrepel: “Toward A Working Theory of Ecosystems in Antitrust Law: The Role of Complexity Science”

The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “Dynamics of Generative AI,” where lawyers, economists, computer scientists,...

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