The Second Decade of the International Competition Network: Challenges Ahead?

Oliver BUDZINSKI, University of Southern Denmark, "The Governance of Global Competition:  Challenges for the Second Decade of the ICN"

Alessandra TONAZZI, Italian Competition Authority, "The Governance of Global Competition: ICN’s Next Decade"
Friday November 26, 2010 8:30 am
Trento Economics Faculty, Law Department
Room 3
via Verdi 53
Trento - Italy

ICN 2010 UNILATERAL CONDUCT WORKSHOP: LIVE WEBCAST

Agenda, Webcast.

Certification of a claim as a consumer class action following a bread price fixing cartel in South Africa dismissed

Here.

Senate's Inquiry into the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Franklins decision

Here (from Australian Competition Law)

AG Hamburg zu Urheberrechtsverletzungen durch RSS-Feeds

A. Schneider, hier.

The U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate on alleged smartphone-related patent infringements

Here.

Smart Wars - Um Smartphone-Technologien ist ein regelrechter Patentkrieg entbrannt

F.Müller, hier.

Current Issues in Competition and Consumer Protection Enforcement in the Retail Sector

J.T.Rosch, FTC, here.

ICN Unilateral Conduct Working Group's teleseminar on unilateral conduct in the pharmaceutical industry

Recording of the program and accompanying slide deck.

2010 Merger Guidelines: Empirical Analysis

J.Hausman, here.

Oracle raises price of an entry-level MySQL subscription significantly

Computerworld, here.

Cameron on reviewing IP laws to make them fit for the digital age

From the speech:
"The founders of Google have said they could never have started their company in Britain.
The service they provide depends on taking a snapshot of all the content on the internet at any one time and they feel our copyright system is not as friendly to this sort of innovation as it is in the United States.
Over there, they have what are called ‘fair-use’ provisions, which some people believe gives companies more breathing space to create new products and services.
So I can announce today that we are reviewing our IP laws, to see if we can make them fit for the internet age."
See also the IPO's press release on the scope of the review.