Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame
AAI established the Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame in 2018 as an important part of celebrating the AAI’s 20th anniversary and furthering the legacy of the progressive competition research, education, and advocacy that has defined AAI’s mission and success since its founding in 1998.
The Hall of Fame highlights the importance of private antitrust enforcement at a time when vigorous antitrust enforcement could not be more essential for the health of the U.S. economy and its markets, and for the protection of consumers, workers, and innovators. The inaugural “Class of 2018” sets a high standard for the caliber of success and achievement that AAI seeks to honor. The Hall of Fame recognizes practitioners for three major contributions:
- Distinguished service to the private antitrust enforcement community;
- Commitment to the enforcement of the antitrust laws; and
- Success in fighting for competition, consumers, and workers
The Private Antitrust Enforcement Hall of Fame inductees are:
- Roberta D. Liebenberg
- Joseph Goldberg
- H. Laddie Montague Jr.