Brattle Director of Global Development James Keyte was recently interviewed for the Competition Policy International (CPI) Antitrust Chronicle newsletter. Mr. Keyte has written extensively on antitrust and sports, and litigated many sports-related antitrust cases throughout his career.

In the article, Mr. Keyte discusses convergence and divergence in the sports antitrust arena, as both US courts and EU enforcement authorities are focusing on this. He also addresses the US’s restrictions on player movement and salary cap issues, which have made their way into the EU, Japan, and other jurisdictions.

The full interview with Mr. Keyte is located here.

First Published in Competition Policy International Antitrust Chronicle