Take Care has been pleased to present a series of posts offering thoughts on how Congress might address key issues in antitrust law.
Lina Khan | Four key steps to creating an antitrust regime that redresses the current market power crisis and prevents its recurrence
Ganesh Sitaraman | In the early 20th century, the FTC investigated whole sectors of the economy to identify abuses of power. It should do so again.
Sandeep Vaheesan | The FTC and DOJ have welcomed corporate consolidation and monopolization, but targeted workers and small proprietors who organize
Marshall Steinbaum | It’s time for Congress to re-take control over antitrust and stop letting right-wing judges and cowed enforcers set the agenda
Robert H. Lande | To preserve competitive markets, Congress should block mergers between our largest companies.
Charlotte Garden | Organized labor plays a vital role in balancing corporate power—but antitrust law has historically inhibited workers’ collective action. That must change.
Waller Spencer | In reforming antitrust law, Congress must focus on the big picture, not the minutiae. Here's how it can do so.