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Tying, Bundling, and Double Marginalization

Daniel P. O'Brien, Compass Lexecon and Greg Shaffer, University of Rochester – Simon Business School analyze Tying, Bundling, and Double Marginalization. ABSTRACT: We provide a general definition of bundling that encompasses the bundling of two or more objects over sets… … Continue reading

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AALL issues Dear Mike letter calling LexisNexis Legal’s tying sales policy anticompetitive [text]

June 7, 2018 Mike Walsh CEO Global Legal Business 230 Park Ave, Suite 7 New York City, NY 10017 Dear Mr. Walsh: On behalf of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), I am writing to ask that LexisNexis cease … Continue reading

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Tying vs Bundling Arrangements: An Attempt at Resolving the Lacuna in Indian Law

[Karan Trehan and Prakhar Bhatnagar are II year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) students at the NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad] Various types of conditional arrangements exist in the commercial markets. They are conditional in that their conclusion is made subject to acceptance … Continue reading

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“The Board will be gathering more facts in order to determine how to effectively respond” to LexisNexis’ tying ultimatum

We have been reporting on recent LexisNexis tie-in attempts wherein the Company refuses to sell print or ancillary products in retaliation for cancelling Lexis Advance as if this may be a new company sales policy. Initially I thought a rogue … Continue reading

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Reassessing Tying Arrangements at the End of At&T's iPhone Exclusivity

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Jeffrey Paul Jarosch, Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth, Northwestern University School of Law is Reassessing Tying Arrangements at the End of At&T's iPhone Exclusivity. ABSTRACT: Tying arrangements are common in the wireless… … Continue reading

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