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Einer Elhauge, the Petrie Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, has been selected as the re

Today the AAI released a follow-on paper (Addendum) to its October 2009 White Paper titled Transg

In a major breakthrough for cable television, the American Antitrust Institute (AAI) today announ

The AAI has posted five translations

AAI filed an amicus brief in a monopolization case in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals arguing

AAI Vice President and Senior Fellow Diana Moss will be a panelist at the Department of Justice/U.S. Department of Agriculture first joint workshop on competition in agriculture on Friday in Ankeny, Iowa.  Dr. Moss will join other leading economists and seed industry experts on the Seed Competitive Dynamics Panel. The panel follows morning remarks by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, and Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust Christine Varney.

In a commentary released today, American Antitrust Institute (AAI) President Albert Foer asserts

AAI filed an amicus brief in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals on January 26, 2010 urging the court to treat agreements by potential competitors in a patent pool not to license their patents outside the pool as "inherently suspect" and therefore grounds for patent misuse.  The case is Princo Corp. v. International Trade Commission and is being reheard by the full Court en banc. 
 

 The 10 most positive antitrust developments of the last decade (in no

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