Tag: Case

  • Fixing Platform Monopoly within the Google Search Case

    Google is on trial for anticompetitive behaviors designed to guard its monopoly in web search. Herb Hovenkamp analyzes a number of potential cures the presiding courtroom and Division of Justice might pursue and suggests which of them might reach reinforcing competitors to guard client pursuits. Alphabet (Google) is on trial, charged by the Division of…

  • Understanding the DOJ’s Choice To Search a Jury Trial within the Google Advert Tech Case

    The Division of Justice not too long ago sued Google for conduct regarding its advert tech providers, accusing the search big of illegal monopolization. In an uncommon transfer, the DOJ demanded a jury trial, that are extraordinarily uncommon in authorities civil antitrust circumstances. This choice creates each dangers and alternatives for the events. The complexity…

  • Why “The Jury’s Out” on the Authorities’s Case In opposition to Google’s Advert Tech Monopoly

    Final month, the U.S. Division of Justice and eight states sued Google, claiming it runs its digital advert enterprise to unfairly benefit its personal enterprise, to the detriment of its clients and potential rivals. Harry First explains what makes this case so legally and procedurally uncommon and the obstacles the federal government plaintiffs will face.…

  • An Extreme Evidentiary Burden Sunk the FTC’s Case In opposition to the Meta/Inside Merger

    In early February, a district court docket choose rejected the FTC’s preliminary injunction swimsuit to dam Meta’s buy of Inside, a developer of a digital reality-dedicated health app. Steve Salop writes that the authorized commonplace the choose used to judge the FTC’s case positioned an extreme burden on the FTC, and different requirements would have…

  • How the AT&T Case Can Inform Massive Tech Breakups

    Breaking apart firms that antitrust regulators contemplate too dominant could be expensive and would possibly negatively impression innovation and shopper welfare. As economists and policymakers in america and Europe debate dismantling Massive Tech firms, they need to contemplate the teachings realized from the 1984 case of AT&T, write Monika Schnitzer and Martin Watzinger.  The alleged…