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Damien Geradin is a Professor of Competition Law and Economics at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and will be a William W. Cook Global Law Professor at Michigan Law beginning in 2010. He is also the Director of the Global Competition Law Center (GCLC), a think tank devoted to analytical research in the area of antitrust, which is based at the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium). Over the years, he has also held visiting professorships in a number of leading US law schools, including Columbia Law School, Harvard Law School, Michigan Law School, and UCLA School of Law. He has also taught at the law school of Peking ...
program has approximately 550 students. The first-year (1L) class is broken into seven sections of approximately 80 students who take most first-year classes together. Harvard Law has 246 faculty members. Harvard Law School has produced a large number of luminaries in law and politics, including the current President of the United States , Barack Obama and former President Rutherford B. Hayes . World leaders counted among its graduates include the current President of the Republic of China , Ma Ying-jeou ; the current President of the World Bank Group , Robert Zoellick ; the current United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
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antitrust issues raised by the emerging global internet economy ...
  A multi-sided platform provides goods or services to two or more distinct groups of customers who need each other in some way and who rely on the platform to intermediate transactions between them.   Multi-sided platforms usually lower transactions costs and thereby facilitate value-creating exchanges.  They tend to arise when there is some value available from getting multiple sides together but transactions costs or other obstacles stand in the way.  eBay, for example, drastically lowered the cost of exchange between buyers and sellers of second-hand goods. Multi-sided platforms usually perform each of ... market research, surveys and trends


After thirteen years of discussion and three revisions, China's Anti-Monopoly Law (AML) was promulgated on August 30, 2007 and has come into effect on August 1, 2008. It is the first anti-monopoly law in China and has been viewed as an "economic constitution" and a "milestone of the country�s efforts in promoting a fair competition market and cracking down on monopoly activities." However, the wording of some provisions of the AML, including the sections dealing with Intellectual Property (IP) protection, is not very clear. And juridical interpretations and more specific implementing regulations on the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog: May 31, 2009 - June 6, 2009
En nombre del Comité Organizador quería anticiparles que el viernes 16 de octubre de 2009 se realizará el 4° Coloquio ForoCompetencia en el Sheraton Pilar, en las afueras de Buenos Aires. Este año el temario será el siguiente: - Panel 1: Defensa de la competencia e intervención del Estado. - Panel 2: Medidas preventivas. - Panel 3: Acuerdos de clemencia. - Panel 4: Control de fusiones en la nueva economía: Convergencia e innovación. En los próximos días estaremos enviando el programa completo. Al igual que en la vez pasada, el precio de la inscripción será de U$S 150 (sector privado) y U$S 75 (sector público). Se recuerda ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Diamond + Schmidt A rendering of Drexel's Integrated Sciences Center, a five-story classroom and research building that will include a corner cafe. Posted on Fri, Jul. 2, 2010 By Inga Saffron Inquirer Architecture Critic West Philadelphia's big institutions worked for decades to cleanse their streets of any trace of indigenous urban life - and they very nearly succeeded. Along Market, Chestnut, and Walnut Streets, block after block fell to a generic, corporate style of architecture that favored block-long facades, daunting setbacks, and inscrutable, windowless walls. It was a scary place, indeed. Having belatedly ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Foxwoods Debt Talks Test Tribal Bets
Dow Jones Reprints: This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit With a mid-July deadline looming for a big payment to its lenders, the Indian tribe that runs the nation's largest casino is in talks with banks and bondholders about how best to restructure more than $2 billion in debt that it can no longer afford. The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, which owns and operates Foxwoods Resort Casino in Ledyard, Conn., wants bondholders to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


GCLC Research Papers on Article 82 EC
GCLC Research Papers on Article 82 EC. July 2005. Global Competition Law Centre. College of Europe, Bruges. Dijver 11, BE-8000, Belgium ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
DOJ/Antitrust: Health Care and Competition Law and Policy - June ...
In health care, market entry is influenced by a number of factors, including the necessity of meeting state regulatory requirements such as licensure and certificate of need. Professional associations and individual providers have used a variety of strategies to limit entry by potential competitors and prevent unbundling and de-skilling of the services that they provide. Thus, in many states, there are significant limitations on market entry by new competitors, and opposition to the efforts of existing competitors to expand the range of services they provide. Questions for consideration: What does the empirical ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
USD: Law: Center for Intellectual Property Law & Markets
The Center for Intellectual Property Law & Markets trains students in the fundamentals of intellectual property laws and in the ways clients use intellectual property (IP) rights to compete in real-world markets. USD’s focus on the role of IP rights in markets distinguishes it from other, more traditional IP centers. It also provides a forum where lawyers, clients, judges and policymakers can share ideas about IP doctrines and policies. The center’s policy workshops also provide opportunities for students and community members to engage in discussions about current IP policy issues, focusing on the intersection between economic ...
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Competition law usually refers to practices prohibited because they reduce or exclude market competition, as in the U.S. "anti-trust" laws. These may include price-fixing, tying arrangements, monopolistic mergers, and so forth. First answer by Wutzyerproblem . Last edit by Wutzyerproblem . Contributor trust : 1026 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 40 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these laws related to businesses questions? What is an example of a competitive industry and why is it competitive ? The smartphone production industry is one of the most ...
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