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Andrew T Guzman

Antitrust

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International Competition Law, Andrew T. Guzman Dec 2006

International Competition Law, Andrew T. Guzman

Andrew T Guzman

No abstract provided.


The Case For International Antitrust, Andrew Guzman Dec 2003

The Case For International Antitrust, Andrew Guzman

Andrew T Guzman

No abstract provided.


Choice Of Law: New Foundations, Andrew T. Guzman Dec 2001

Choice Of Law: New Foundations, Andrew T. Guzman

Andrew T Guzman

No abstract provided.


Antitrust And International Regulatory Federalism, Andrew T. Guzman Dec 2000

Antitrust And International Regulatory Federalism, Andrew T. Guzman

Andrew T Guzman

In this Essay, Andrew Guzman proposes internationalization of antitrust law to supplant current methods of antitrust regulation across national borders. Specifically, instead of relying on local regulation, bilateral agreements between states, or a choice-of-law rule for antitrust enforcement, countries should adopt universal substantive standards. Moreover, Guzman recommends the World Trade Organization (WTO), which already employs a dispute resolution mechanism, as the governing forum for international antitrust issues. There, states can negotiate transfer payments in one international transaction to achieve agreement in another. Upon evaluating Professor Eleanor Fox’s proposal of a stand-alone World Competition Forum that would specialize exclusively in international …


Is International Antitrust Possible?, Andrew T. Guzman Oct 1998

Is International Antitrust Possible?, Andrew T. Guzman

Andrew T Guzman

This Article analyzes the economic incentives countries face in selecting an antitrust policy. It demonstrates that, in the presence of international trade, antitrust policies chosen by national governments will generally not lead to an outcome that is desirable from an international perspective. Professor Guzman identifies the reasons why nationally chosen policies are different from the optimal global policy and shows how the direction of the deviation from the optimal policy depends on trade patterns and the extent to which national laws are applied extraterritorially. The author concludes that, although international agreement is not impossible, the prospects for substantive cooperation on …