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  Antitrust Source
  Volume 8, Issue 5, June 2009
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  • You Too Can Win Antitrust Cases: The Myths and Realities of Trying an Antitrust Case to a Jury
        John Majoras
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        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
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        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
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        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
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        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
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        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
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        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
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        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.