Avishalom Tor delivers behavioral antitrust talk to the Department of Justice antitrust division

Avishalom Tor, professor and director of the Research Program on Law and Market Behavior at Notre Dame Law School, delivered a virtual lecture to lawyers and economists of the Department of Justice’s antitrust division in Washington D.C. and throughout the country earlier this summer. 

The lecture was part of a series exploring new frontiers in economics and competition policy. Tor’s talk, “Behavioral Lessons for Antitrust Enforcement,” challenged attendees to think about antitrust enforcement in new ways and to consider the application of empirical behavioral findings to antitrust law and policy.

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Professor Dan Kelly to present paper at conferences this fall

Professor Dan Kelly will present "Double Deterrence: On Disgorgement and Punitive Damages in Trust Law," at the annual meeting of the European Association for Law and Economics in September 2020 and at the Harvard Law Private Law Workshop in October 2020.…

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Just Compensation and the Jury

Professor Nicole Garnett reviewed Harvard Law Fellow Wanling Su's article, "What is Just Compensation?," in I Read Jotwell. Read "Just Compensation and the Jury" here.…

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Mark McKenna quoted in Fashion Law

Mark was quoted in "3M Has Filed its First COVID-19 Lawsuit Against Company that Duped NYC Office with “Unauthorized” Masks, Price-Gouging" Read the story here

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