AAI filed an amicus brief supporting the State of California in its challenge to a revenue sharing agreement used by supermarkets in Southern California as a weapon in a labor dispute. AAI urged the en banc Ninth Circuit to hold that the agreement was
Audit Firms Too Few to Fail? from 25 Corporate Crime Reporter 12, March 14, 2011
The AAI filed an amicus brief today urging the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse the lower court’s dismissal of the FTC’s post-acquisition challenge to the combination of the only two drugs that treat a heart condition in premature infants.
On Wednesday, June 22, 2011, academics and practioners met to discuss and devate the evolving developments in multi-channel distribution and shopper marketing which have profound implications for antitrust.
On June 23, the American Antitrust Institute hosted its 12th annual national conference "International Economics for Antitrusters: Learning from Two Decades of Deep Globalization," focusing on the concept of deep globalization and some of the implicat
Foer in the 9/7/10 Washington Post: "They're running a good shop. It's just not markedly different," said Albert A. Foer, president of the American Antitrust Institute, a research and advocacy group.
AAI's Diana Moss discusses competitive issues in transgenic seed in the recent article, published in the CPI Antitrust Journal.
AAI President Bert Foer
Phil Weiser moderates the Three Challenges to Competition Policy Panel.
Patrick Cafferty (Cafferty Faucher LLP), assisted by Bernard Persky (Labaton Sucharow LLP) and Daniel Gustafson (Gustafson and Gluek PLLC), has updated an earlier AAI Working Paper, providing a comprehensive data base on the settlements of Indirect Pur
Dr. Steven C. Salop has been awarded AAI's 2010 Antitrust Achievement Award. Bert Foer presented Dr. Salop with the award at the AAI’s 11th Annual Conference on June 24, 2010 in Washington, DC.