Wednesday, May 1, 2013

What we have been writing

Thought you all would like to know what our intrepid troop of bloggers has been writing as of late.

My new post on Danny Sokol's antitrust blog (that is not cheating on this blog right?) is part of an on-line symposium on the very fine Hemphill-Wu article in the Yale Law Journal on Parallel Exclusion.

Max has looked carefully on FTC Commissioner Josh Wright's scholarship on behavioral economics in the new issue of The Antitrust Source.

And speaking of the Yale Law Journal, Ted has placed his new bankruptcy piece in Yale but I have forgotten the exact title and topic.

 Plus Phil, Ted and I have a combination of issue papers and comments from the Rome Antitrust Marathon eventually appearing in the European Competition Journal.

If I have missed anything, please add in the comments.

Keep writing, keep running!


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  2. Ice Cube Bonds and the Price of Process in Chapter 11, 123 Yale L.J. ___ (forthcoming, 2013)(with Melissa Jacoby). I also finished an update of Understanding Bankruptcy (Lexis/Nexis 2013)(with Jeff Ferriell). It has been a great sabbatical!!! I can't believe it's almost over.

  3. I've said it before and I'll say it again -- I feel like a serious weak link in this crowd. Ted may be the first person ever to set two long-distance PRs in the same year that he was writing an article with that kind of placement.

  4. I have a review of the first book in the Sokol/Lianos series from Stanford forthcoming in the Headnotes supplement at Minnesota. Funny if annoying story is that this was placed elsewhere a full year ago, but apparently was lost in the shuffle. So it will be somewhat late for a book review. Summary: an excellent group of essays on "The Global Limits of Antitrust." (An aside: which is more overused -- "limits" or "paradox"?)

  5. Both are fine, except when alliterated for effect, such as "logic and limits," or the "purple pimple paradox."

  6. Right this second, though I'm returning my focus to consumer financial protection, with one piece on enforcement power, and another wading into the "product v. contract" conversation.

  7. The "Ice Cube Bonds" piece just went up on SSRN. You can find it here: