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2022 Antitrust Writing Awards

Cornerstone Research staff and affiliated experts are nominated in Concurrences Review’s annual selection of leading antitrust and competition articles.


Platform Competition and the Regulation of Stock Exchange Fees

The authors discuss how platform competition economics has become an important part of the SEC’s framework for evaluating stock exchange fees.

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Cornerstone Research Named among Top Global Antitrust Economic Consultancies in 2022

Global Competition Review names Cornerstone Research as an outstanding international consulting firm in its Economics 23 list.


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.

Podcasts and Videos

Cornerstone Research Experts in Focus: FTC Withdrawal from U.S. Vertical Merger Guidelines

This podcast brings together former economic leaders from the FTC and DOJ to provide their insights into the FTC’s decision and future iterations of the Vertical Merger Guidelines.


If Breaking Up Is the Answer, Then What Is the Question?

Aviv Nevo discusses the implications of antitrust enforcement of big tech companies.

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Cornerstone Research Recognized in GCR 2021 Behavioural Matter of the Year – Americas

Global Competition Review names Cornerstone Research in the Team Category for the third year in a row, citing its economic work in FTC v. Qualcomm.


Free Can Make Cents

How to think about “free” in competitive markets.

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2021 Who’s Who Legal: Consulting Experts

Cornerstone Research affiliated academic experts and staff named to Who’s Who Legal's 2021 list of consultants and expert witnesses.


A Tale of Two Sides: Sabre/Farelogix in the United States and the U.K.

The authors discuss the differing conclusions of the U.S. and U.K. courts in the proposed Sabre/Farelogix merger in this Journal of European Competition Law & Practice article.


Evaluating Innovation Theories of Harm in Merger Review: Economic Frameworks and Difficulties

The authors discuss recent life science cases that deal with innovation theories of harm, and what economic models can be useful in reviewing proposed mergers in this space.


No-Poach Clauses in QSR Litigation

Class certification was denied in two seminal franchise no-poach litigation matters involving McDonald’s and Jimmy John’s.

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