Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law
Competition: Fall 2021, Vol. 31, No. 2
- A Litigator's Perspective On the Evolving Role of Economics In Antitrust Litigation
- An Economic Perspective On the Usefulness of the Consumer Welfare Standard As a Guiding Framework For Antitrust Policy
- Chair's Column
- "COMPETITION POLICY IN ITS BROADEST SENSE": CAN ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT BE A TOOL TO COMBAT SYSTEMIC RACISM?
- Fairness Requires the Elimination of Forced Arbitration
- Jeld-wen: Opening the Door To Private Merger Challenges?
- On Being a Transwoman Lawyer...
- Patents and Antitrust In the Pharmaceuticals Industry
- Ten Years Post-therasense: Closing the Gap Between Walker Process Fraud and Inequitable Conduct
- The Consumer-welfare Standard Should Cease To Be the North Star of Antitrust
- The Evolution of Antitrust Arbitration
- Editor's Notes
Trevor V. Stockinger
Kesselman Brantly Stockinger LLP
Manhattan Beach, CA
Welcome to the Fall issue of Volume 31 of Competition, our Section’s official journal published biannually both in print and electronically. We are witnessing a reinvigorated debate among politicians, scholars, and lawyers alike relating to the role antitrust should play in governing American socioeconomic structures. Our Fall issue embraces this debate, publishing articles on the theme of Evolutions in Antitrust: Perspectives. Here you will find articles arguing for an interpretation of antitrust law to support social justice reform. You will also find others arguing that the path antitrust has been on over the past decades has served us well and should be maintained. On either side, the history and evolution of antitrust law is illuminated.