FTC win is “not about rate regulation”, Hoffman says

Uber’s business model is price-fixing, says Steinbaum

Happy summer bank holiday: The Tipline for 24 May 2019

Federal Circuit ponders “smarmy” conduct

Year in preview: antitrust on a “blue wave”

For the first time in eight years, Democrats control the US House of Representatives and its antitrust subcommittee. With that comes a bully pulpit, but also a big stick of investigation and potentially legislation.

Q&A with Craig Waldman and Jon Orszag

Jones Day partner Craig Waldman and Compass Lexecon senior managing director Jonathan Orszag are co-chairing the inaugural GCR Live conference on antitrust in the digital economy next month. In a Q&A with GCR USA, Waldman and Orszag highlight their thoughts on hot topics and trends to be discussed in Palo Alto by leading figures in the antitrust community, as well as the importance of hosting panels that offer multi-sided perspectives and opposing views.

Litigators of the week: Kellogg Hansen Todd Figel & Frederick

Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh is not known for an expansive view of the federal antitrust laws, but he sided with iPhone users bringing antitrust claims – a win for their counsel at Kellogg Hansen Todd Figel & Frederick.

Hot Docs – Hovenkamp, hospital-home bias and a healthy dose of judicial review

While the recent heatwave may have you inside by the air-conditioning all day, we have collected the hottest docs in antitrust to keep you entertained.