We are proud to announce Dr. Phillip Johnson and Dr. Niyati Ahuja were published on Law360.
When it comes to competitors and sensitive information, sharing isn’t the right thing to do.
The stereotype of a collusive agreement is that it fixes prices or allocates markets. But as Econ One’s Dr. Phillip Johnson and Dr. Niyati Ahuja point out in a recent article, competition may be adversely affected and consumers harmed even if competitors just share sensitive non-public information. Consequently, this behavior raises increasing antitrust concerns.
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