Maurice Stucke, a tenured Associate Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee College of Law, is of counsel at the Konkurrenz Group. After six years of teaching law and thirteen years at the United States Department of Justice, Mr. Stucke has helped to form the Konkurrenz Group.
Since joining UT’s faculty in 2007, Professor Stucke has written extensively on competition policy, behavioral economics and compliance. Competition agencies in the United States, Europe and Asia have invited Professor Stucke to present his research. His articles have been cited by the U.S. federal courts, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United Nations, and various competition agencies and policymakers, both in the United States and abroad. The OECD commissioned Professor Stucke to prepare and present his research on the implications of behavioral economics on competition policy for its member competition authorities. The Implications of Behavioral Antitrust, prepared for the OECD, Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, Competition Committee, Hearing on Competition and Behavioural Economics, DAF/COMP/WD(2012)12 (25 July 2012).
Prof. Stucke has also provided analysis for the media, including Bloomberg, CNN-Money, CQ Weekly, Communications Daily, Computerworld, Law360, Main Justice, National Public Radio, the New York Times, Reuters, and the Wall Street Journal.
He serves as a Senior Fellow at the American Antitrust Institute (AAI), an independent Washington, D.C.-based non-profit education, research and advocacy organization devoted to competition policy. His work for AAI, has included chairing a committee on the media industry that drafted in 2008 a transition report for the incoming Obama administration. American Antitrust Institute, The Next Antitrust Agenda: The American Antitrust Institute’s Transition Report on Competition Policy to the 44th President of the United States (2008)
In 2009, Professor Stucke was also elected to the Academic Society for Competition Law, appointed to the Advisory Board of the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies and was asked to serve as a non-governmental adviser to the International Competition Network, the only international body devoted exclusively to competition law enforcement, with members representing national and multinational competition authorities in more than 100 jurisdictions.
Professor Stucke, a graduate of Georgetown University (J.D., magna cum laude, B.A.) has received a number of awards including a Fulbright fellowship to teach at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, and the Jerry S. Cohen Memorial Fund Writing Award for his article “Behavioral Economists at the Gate: Antitrust in the Twenty-First Century.”
He is admitted to practice in New York.