2022 Antitrust Writing Awards
Cornerstone Research staff and affiliated experts are nominated in Concurrences Review’s annual selection of leading antitrust and competition articles.
SEC Cryptocurrency Enforcement: 2021 Update
Under the new administration, the SEC has continued its role as one of the main regulators in the cryptocurrency space.
SEC Maintains Focus on Cryptocurrency Enforcement under Chair Gensler
New administration brings first-of-their-kind cryptocurrency enforcement actions.
Platform Competition and the Regulation of Stock Exchange Fees
The article examines how platform competition economics has become an important part of the SEC’s framework for evaluating stock exchange fees.
Economic Issues in Merger Analysis for Platforms
The authors use recent enforcement examples to discuss market definition, theory of harm, and efficiencies in merger cases involving platforms.
IntegrityMessageBoards.com v. Facebook Inc.
A judge denied plaintiff’s motion for class certification, citing Professor Hanssens’s expert report.
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Emerging Legal and Self-Regulatory Considerations, Part Two
In the second installment of this report by the ABA’s Section of Antitrust, the authors discuss the competition implications of big data and artificial intelligence/machine learning.
Tech and Big Data Expertise in Finance
Cornerstone Research provides complex consulting services and economic analysis for litigation matters and government investigations related to FinTech, blockchain technology, and big data analysis.
Legal and Economic Analysis of Personal Data–Related Collective Actions in the UK
The authors discuss how the right to compensation under the GDPR and DPA 2018 has introduced a significant risk of damages actions following allegations of unauthorised use of personal data.
In this series, we discuss how academic and industry research can provide conceptual insights, potential data sources, and analytical techniques to support or rebut expert testimony related to online advertising…
Tech Company Securities Class Action Filings and Settlements—2015–Q1 2020 Review and Analysis
Securities class action filings involving tech companies declined in the first half of 2020, likely due to slowdowns associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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