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Jéssica Dutra Publishes, “Paradigm Shifts on Merger Efficiences in Antitrust Analysis”
EI President Jonathan Walker submitted a declaration on defendant’s behalf opposing class certification.
EI President Jonathan Walker testified on behalf of the egg producers at trial regarding competitive effects.
Economists INK: A Brief Analysis of Policy and Litigation
Spring 2020 Issue
This issue discusses the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC”) recent challenge to the proposed joint venture between Arch Coal, Inc. and Peabody Energy Corporation, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (“FERC”) recent order on the PJM Interconnection LLC (“PJM”) capacity auctions, and the concern that the collection and commercial use of data by large digital firms may …Read the Issue
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