February 12, 2020

Volume 79 Issue 2

Volume 79 Issue 2


SYMPOSIUM: PATENT ASSERTION ENTITIES


PAES and Antitrust--A Brief Introduction
Thomas P. Brown

Are Patents Creative or Destructive?
Tom Nicholas

The Joint U.S. Department Of Justice and Federal Trade Commission Workshop on Patent Assertion Entity Activities--"Follow the Money"
Erica S. Mintzer and Suzanne Munck

Antitrust Attacks On Patent Assertion Entities
Mark S. Popofsky and Michael D. Laufert

Strategic Patent Acquisitions
Fiona M. Scott Morton and Carl Shapiro

Patent Assertion Entities and Antitrust: A Competition Cure for a Litigation Disease?
Joshua D. Wright and Douglas H. Ginsburg

United States V. Widget Co., Newco, and Patent Aggregator Plus LLC: A Hypothetical Closing Argument
J. Robert Robertson and Logan M. Breed


SYMPOSIUM: POLITICS AND ANTITRUST


The Political Hand In American Antitrust--Invisible, Inspirational, Or Imaginary?
Theodore Voorhees, Jr.

Presidents Practicing Antitrust: Where to Draw the Line?
James F. Rill and Stacy L. Turner

What Consensus? Why Ideology And Elections Still Matter To Antitrust
Steven C. Salop

Ideology Matters In The Antitrust Debate
Marina Lao

Politics and Partisanship in U.S. Federal Antitrust Enforcement
William E. Kovacic


ARTICLE AND BOOK REVIEW


Antitrust's Rule Of Reason: Only Competition Matters
Gregory J. Werden

Review Of Kaplow, Competition Policy And Price Fixing
Richard A. Posner