The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking...
The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking...
The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking experts the following question: will the neo-Brandeis movement have a lasting impact on antitrust law? This contribution is signed by Dirk Auer (ICLE & University of Liège) and Lazar Radic (ICLE & IE University). The entire symposium is edited by Thibault Schrepel (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) and Anouk van der Veer (European University Institute). *** 1. Introduction The movement that some call “neo-Brandeisianism,”...
Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on neo-brandesians, digital tying, innovation networks, AI’s persuasive power,...
The Network Law Review is pleased to present a symposium entitled “The Future of the Neo-Brandeis Movement”, asking...

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Wolf Sauter: “The Impact of the Neo-Brandeis Movement on Antitrust: A Sceptical View”

I am writing this contribution from the perspective of a European, more specifically Dutch, perspective as an academic and public...

Latin Antitrust Chronicles: January-June 2024

Welcome to the Latin Antitrust Chronicles – a series covering some of the most relevant developments in competition law in...

Antitrust Antidote: March-May 2024

There were a number of decisions from April-May 2024, covering topics such as (1) the use of the SSNIP test...

Reading suggestions – May 2024

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on the openness of AI models, populism in antitrust, antitrust myths,...

A New Measure For GenAI Competition

This short article serves as an introduction to the working paper by Thibault Schrepel and Jason Pott entitled “Measuring the...

Reading suggestions – April 2024

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on computational antitrust, the DMA, Microsoft, open-source AI, the evolution of...

Antitrust Usage and the Secret Handshake

Welcome to Crane’s Cartel, a trimonthly series where University of Michigan law professor Daniel Crane engages in hard-core mind-fixing. ****...

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...

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