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Is the DOJ’s first criminal monopolization case in decades more bark than bite?

USA - November 22 2022 Last month, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division announced its first criminal attempted monopolization charges in more than 40 years. In the…

Tara L. Reinhart, David P. Wales, Julia K. York

Public Comments on US Merger Guidelines May Be Harbinger of Stronger Enforcement

USA - June 23 2022 Key Points U.S. antitrust regulators at the DOJ and FTC embarked on a joint review of merger enforcement by soliciting public input on modernizing…

Griff Almy, Andrew D. Kabbes, Karen M. Lent

Facebook Rulings Are a Setback for Antitrust Regulators but May Spur Amendments

USA - July 8 2021 On June 28, 2021, Judge James E. Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted Facebook’s motions to dismiss two parallel…

Karen M. Lent, Steven C. Sunshine, Julia K. York

In brief: sponsorship and image rights of professional athletes in USA

USA - August 28 2020 A brief look at sponsorship and image rights of professional athletes in USA, covering image rights, commercialisation and protection of image rights, restrictions and more.

Anthony J. Dreyer, Karen M. Lent, David E. Schwartz

Q&A: employment and transfer of professional athletes in USA

USA - August 28 2020 A brief guide to the legal and practical considerations surrounding the employment and transfer of professional athletes in USA, including contractual and welfare obligations.

Anthony J. Dreyer, Karen M. Lent, David E. Schwartz