Biologically Similar but Competitively Not So? Economic Considerations of IP Litigation Settlements Involving Biosimilars

#172 Biologically Similar but Competitively Not So? Economic Considerations of IP Litigation Settlements Involving Biosimilars

Under the U.S. Supreme Court case FTC v. Actavis (2013), antitrust analysis of “reverse settlements” […]

Richard J. Pierce Jr., Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School

#171 Can the Federal Trade Commission Use Rulemaking To Change Antitrust Laws? A Closer Look at the Administrative Law Challenges With Prof. Richard Pierce

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s current leadership has a vision for changing various aspects of […]

Shortchanged? The Treasury Department's Report on Labor Market Competition in the U.S.

#169 Shortchanged? The Treasury Department’s Report on Labor Market Competition in the U.S.

Labor market competition is one of the hottest issues in antitrust right now. Are workers […]