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antitrust law firm
    antitrust law
  • (antitrust laws) Federal and state laws prohibiting, among other things, monopolies, monopolistic practices, restraint of trade, and price fixing.
  • antitrust legislation: law intended to promote free competition in the market place by outlawing monopolies
  • Competition law, known in the United States as antitrust law, are laws that promote or maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct.
    firm
  • tauten: become taut or tauter; "Your muscles will firm when you exercise regularly"; "the rope tautened"
  • with resolute determination; "we firmly believed it"; "you must stand firm"
  • marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable; "firm convictions"; "a firm mouth"; "steadfast resolve"; "a man of unbendable perseverence"; "unwavering loyalty"
  • Having a solid, almost unyielding surface or structure
  • Solidly in place and stable
  • Having steady but not excessive power or strength
antitrust law firm - The Economics
The Economics of Antitrust Injury and Firm-Specific Damages
The Economics of Antitrust Injury and Firm-Specific Damages
This book teaches you, the lawyer, economist, business manger, student or other professional, the fundamentals of microeconomics as it relates to administration and enforcement of antitrust law in the United States and abroad. It guides you through the necessary and fundamental economic constructs needed to analyze antitrust injury. It also instructs you in the legal and economic issues present in measuring antitrust damages. Each chapter offers you critical insight into the analysis and measurement of competitive injury and economic damages in antitrust cases.

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Troy Nash and US Ambassador to Belgium Howard Gutman
Troy Nash and US Ambassador to Belgium Howard Gutman
Howard Gutman was nominated by President Barack Obama to be U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on July 24, 2009. Before being named Ambassador, Mr. Gutman was a partner with the Washington D.C. law firm of Williams & Connolly LLP. In his over twenty-six years with the firm, Mr. Gutman handled the full gamut of litigation, investigation, and counseling matters. Identified as one of "Washington's Top Lawyers" by Washingtonian magazine (December 2004, December 2007) and selected to numerous “Superlawyers” and similar attorney award lists, Mr. Gutman’s areas of practice focused on the complete range of complex commercial litigation, including securities, contracts, antitrust, labor, banking, real estate, intellectual property, insurance coverage, international law and partnership disputes; the representation of some of the nation's leading law firms and accounting firms in malpractice actions and partnership disputes; the representation of corporations, labor unions, and individuals in a variety of high-profile white collar criminal investigations and prosecutions; and many types of tort actions. Such cases were located in various federal and state courts throughout the United States, before various regulatory agencies, and in foreign tribunals. Earlier in his career, Mr. Gutman served as a Special Assistant to F.B.I Director William H. Webster, focusing on counter-terrorism and counter-intelligence; as a law clerk to Justice Potter Stewart (retd.) on the United States Supreme Court; and as a law clerk to Judge Irving L. Goldberg on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He is a 1980 graduate of Harvard Law School and a 1977 graduate of Columbia University. Mr. Gutman served as an adviser to a variety of Democratic candidates, including assisting in races for President, Governor, Senate, and Congress. He assisted the 2008 Obama campaign on constituency work, media and fundraising and was a Trustee on the Obama Presidential Inauguration Committee. He assisted the Gore campaign in the post-election litigation in 2000. Mr. Gutman has been a contributor to numerous television and radio programs, including frequent appearances on the Fox News Network during the 2008 Presidential campaign. Mr. Gutman appeared in several episodes of the HBO series "K Street," playing (not surprisingly) a Washington attorney and has made other movie and media appearances, including playing Tim Robbins’ lawyer in “Noise” and a high school parent in the 2009 release of “Fame.” Mr. Gutman has been an Editor of Litigation Magazine for over 24 years and an active participant in the ABA's Litigation Section. He is a member of the Board of the Washington Hebrew Home in Rockville, Maryland.
Jurist-in-Residence 2010
Jurist-in-Residence 2010
The third annual McAfee & Taft Jurist-in-Residence was Judge Neil M. Gorsuch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, who visited OCU LAW February 9-11, 2010. Judge Gorsuch appeared as a special speaker in OCU LAW classes, met with students and faculty, and delivered a public lecture Wednesday, February 10 in the Homsey Family Moot Courtroom, titled "But My Client Made Me Do It: The Struggle of Being A Good Lawyer and Living a Good Life." Judge Gorsuch was nominated to the Tenth Circuit court by President George W. Bush and confirmed by unanimous voice vote in July 2006. He holds a doctorate in legal philosophy from Oxford University, where he studied as a Marshall scholar; a law degree from Harvard, where he studied as a Harry S. Truman scholar; and an undergraduate degree from Columbia University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He began his career as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justices Byron R. White and Anthony M. Kennedy, and to Judge David B. Sentelle of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. He was a partner at the law firm of Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, specializing in complex litigation. His matters ranged from antitrust to securities fraud, fiduciary duty to telecommunications. He represented plaintiffs and defendants, and his clients included individuals, non-profits, class actions, small companies and Fortune 500 firms. Prior to his judicial appointment, Judge Gorsuch served at the U.S. Department of Justice as Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General. There, he helped oversee the Department’s five civil litigating divisions - the Civil, Antitrust, Civil Rights, Environment, and Tax Divisions - together with eight other operating components. Judge Gorsuch is the recipient of the Edward J. Randolph Award for outstanding service to the Department of Justice, and the Harry S. Truman Foundation’s Stevens Award for outstanding public service in the field of law. He has written on variety of contemporary legal problems, and his work has appeared in various scholarly journals and popular publications. His book, The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia, was published by Princeton University Press in 2006; a paperback edition was released in 2009. Judge Gorsuch is an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado Law School. He serves on the Tenth Circuit Judicial Council and the Executive Committee of the Federal Judges Association. He is active in the American Inns of Court, the American Bar Association, as well as the Council on Foreign Relations. He and his wife Louise and their two daughters live in Boulder, Colo.

antitrust law firm
antitrust law firm
From Economic to Legal Competition: New Perspectives on Law and Institutions in Europe
The idea of legal competition as a decentralized market process of law provision in which legal clubs compete, has earned an indisputable legitimacy among economists. This book presents a debate concerning the merits of and conditions for a competitive provision of law, with a special focus on institutions in Europe. The authors analyse three major aspects of the competitive provision of legal rules. First, the conditions under which citizens and firms arbitrate between the different legal orders are investigated. The book then goes on to analyse the supply aspect of the legal market and the consequences of the competitive pressures on the behaviour of the lawmakers. Finally, the conditions under which the State may efficiently control the process of law provision are discussed and justifications to its intervention are presented. A comprehensive study encompassing both private and public law, and applied and theoretical issues, this book should provide discussion and up-to-date research for students of law and economics, and an authoritative source of information for practitioners in the field of legal competition - in particular those specializing in European issues.