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You Too Can Win Antitrust Cases:
The Myths and Realities of Trying an Antitrust Case to a Jury

John Majoras describes how a complex antitrust case can be presented effectively to a jury.

Justice Souter's Antitrust Legacy

Robert Skitol and Kenneth Vorrasi examine the antitrust legacy of Justice Souter, as exemplified by California Dental Association and Twombly.

"The Rules of Professional Conduct Are Not Aspirational": Joint Representation of Corporations and Their Employees

Kathryn Fenton and Ryan Thomas examine ethical pitfalls confronting attorneys who represent both corporations and employees in government investigations.

Reforming the HSR Act Notification and Report Form: A Modest Call to Substance

Robert Schlossberg proposes revisions to the HSR notification form to reduce the burden on filers and improve the value of the information provided to the agencies.

Major Changes to the Competition Act (Canada) and the Competition Bureau's Enforcement Policies

Paul Crampton discusses the recently enacted Amendments to Canada's Competition Act.

Book Review
Free the Market: Pushing Back on the Chicago School

Renata Hesse reviews Gary Reback's new book on the role of governmental antitrust enforcement in high-technology markets.

Paper Trail: Working Papers and Recent Scholarship

Bill Page comments on two papers that assess Robert Pitofsky's volume of essays, How the Chicago School Overshot the Mark: The Effect of Conservative Economic Analysis on U.S. Antitrust.


WELCOME to the June issue of The Antitrust Source. This issue features a broad range of topical articles, including Robert Skitol and Kenneth Vorrasi's analysis of Justice Souter's antitrust legacy, Kathryn Fenton and Ryan Thomas's inquiry into ethical issues arising out of joint representation of corporations and their employees, John Majoras's de-mystification of how to try an antitrust case to a jury, Robert Schlossberg's proposal for revisions to the HSR notification form, and Paul Crampton's survey of significant new developments in Canada's Competition Act. This issue also features Renata Hesse's review of Gary Reback's book, Free the Market! Why Only Government Can Keep the Marketplace Competitive, and the Paper Trail, which comments on two papers appraising Robert Pitofsky's collection of essays on Chicago School economic analysis and antitrust.

To contribute an article or comment to The Source, e-mail us at antitrust@att.net.

Patrick S. Thompson
Editorial Chair

Lacey Plache
Darren Tucker
Issue Editors

Vol. 8 Issue 5


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