What Antitrust Attys Need To Know About Labor Monopsony

By Eric Posner (May 24, 2019, 10:38 AM EDT) -- Readers of Law360 may have noticed that in the last several months, numerous news articles and attorney-authored articles have focused on the role of antitrust law in policing labor market abuses.[1] These articles were published in the wake of a series of dramatic developments in policy, litigation and academic research. But while the policy decisions and cases have received most of the attention, the academic research shows that the problem of labor market concentration is deep, pervasive and likely to produce litigation for years to come. This is the cutting edge of antitrust law, and antitrust lawyers need to educate themselves about it....

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