Advanced Antitrust

Advanced Antitrust

Mr. Mark Popofsky
Spring 2019 seminar
W 3:00pm - 5:00pm in WCC Room 3015
2 classroom credits

Prerequisites: A prior antirust or competition law course. Students with applicable experience or who have taken similiar courses elsewhere may contact the instructor to request a prerequisite waiver.

Exam Type: No Exam

This seminar will explore current issues in antitrust law and economics. Anticipated topics include legal standards for monopolization and rule of reason analysis, partial ownership, "Big Tech" and antitrust, the intellectual property / antirust interface, Standard Essential Patents and Patent Assertion Entities, and the intersection between extraterritoriality, global antirust enforcement, and optimal deterrence. Students will participate orally and write short response papers on class topics of their choosing.

Subject Areas: Business Organization, Commercial Law, and Finance, Regulatory Law