A body of judge-made antitrust law treats horizontal restraints as suspect and vertical restraints as generally benign. Yet this analytical distinction does not withstand scrutiny.

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Two new posts today for The Sling! The first by @sandeepvaheesan explains that the prevailing analytical distinction in antitrust between horizontal ("bad") and vertical ("good") restraints does not withstand scrutiny.