Tag Archives: Vertical

Vertical Foreclosure and Multi-Segment Competition

Jullien, Bruno ; Reisinger, Markus ; and Rey, Patrick theorize about Vertical Foreclosure and Multi-Segment Competition. ABSTRACT: This paper analyzes a supplier's incentives to foreclose downstream entry when entrants have stronger positions in different market segments, thus bringing added value… … Continue reading

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Announcing the Death of Colgate: The Form and Substance of Vertical Price Fixing Agreements

Thomas K. Cheng, The University of Hong Kong – Faculty of Law is Announcing the Death of Colgate: The Form and Substance of Vertical Price Fixing Agreements. ABSTRACT: This Article examines the agreement requirement in resale price maintenance (“RPM”) cases… … Continue reading

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Donald Turner, Vertical Restraints, and the Inhospitality Tradition of Antitrust

M. Niefer, Antitrust Div., US Dept. of Justice has written on Donald Turner, Vertical Restraints, and the Inhospitality Tradition of Antitrust. ABSTRACT: Donald Turner famously said that he approached territorial and customer restraints on distribution “not hospitably, in the tradition… … Continue reading

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Will Vertical Integration Kill the Primary Care Practice?

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Google Extends Commitments with the FTC over Crawling of Third-Party Content for Use in Own “Vertical” Sites

In a blog post last month, Google announced that it would extend certain commitments it made to the FTC in 2012 that were set to expire relating to, among other things,  the scraping of third-party content for use on certain … Continue reading

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