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Antitrust Issues in Two-Sided Platforms

October 11, 2022

Two-sided platforms are products or services that connect two different groups of consumers across one platform and feature indirect network effects that link the two sides of the platform together. Our practice note describes the Supreme Court's decision in Ohio v. American Express, the state of antitrust law following, and other implications going forward.

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