D. Daniel Sokol has been blogging up a storm at the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog. I thought I’d highlight a few things I’d seen there, plus some other sources.
2) You can catch the Kirkpatrick Antitrust Conference (on Conservative Economic Influence on U.S. Antitrust Policy) on a webcast that Georgetown is generously providing. (It can also be downloaded via iTunes.)
For a taste of the proceedings, check out my colleague Marina Lao’s careful critique of the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Leegin. It will be featured in a forthcoming book, Where the Chicago School Overshot The Mark: Effect of Conservative Economic Analysis on U.S. Antitrust (ed. Robert Pitofsky, Oxford Univ. Press).
3) And for some humor, check out a Rockefeller’s attack on antitrust, reviewed here by Seth Bloom (Senior Counsel on the staff of the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee).