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Caution and Restraint Should Steer Antitrust Enforcement

Rachel Chiu, contributor and technology fellow for Young Voices, discusses the various approaches to antitrust enforcement… Antitrust analysis is harder to get right than progressive trustbusters would have you believe. In fact, determining whether a business is violating principles of market competition is so complicated that judges and regulators often make mistakes. But the folks…

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Fundamental Environmental Rights: State Constitutions as a Vehicle of Change

Kirsten Williams, student at Vermont Law School, discusses the paths to enshrining environmental rights as fundamental rights in various states… A 2019 United Nations (UN) report found that “it is imperative that environmental laws are widely understood, respected, and enforced and the benefits of environmental protection are enjoyed by people and the planet.” Globally, more…

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Hispanic-Americans May Be the Real Victims of the Flanax Litigation

Lawrence Ebner, founder of Capital Appellate Advocacy PLLC, is counsel for Belmora LLC in Belmora LLC v. Bayer Consumer Care AG, currently pending certiorari before the US Supreme Court. Here he discusses the impact of Flanax litigation on Hispanic Americans… My client, Jamie Belcastro, a registered pharmacist, started Belmora LLC, a small, Virginia-based company that…

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