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During 2012–2013, the Antitrust Division brought a wide range of litigated matters to successful conclusions. Litigation puts the economic analysis of an antitrust investigation to the ultimate test, and the Division continues to rely on its first-rate economic staff to help explain a wide range of matters to the courts. The four cases discussed below demonstrate the diverse set of issues the Division examines every year.
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Lear. (2012). Can ‘Fair’ prices be unfair? A review of price relationship agreements, a report prepared for the OFT. http://www.oft.gov.uk/shared_oft/research/OFT1438.pdf.
Vistnes, G. (2013). The seven potential sins of most favored nation clauses: Risk factors and the USDOJ’s Michigan MFN litigation, Mimeo.
- The Year in Review: Economics at the Antitrust Division 2012–2013
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