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This article by AAI Advisory Board Members Eric Cramer (Berger & Montague) and Joshua Davis (University of San Francisco Law School) will appear, in edited version, in George Mason Law Review.  The

In a letter to AAG Varney, the AAI says that underutilized Congressionally-provided treble damage action should be among the tools more frequently used to protect federal interests.

The AAI held its 10th Annual Energy Roundtable on March 2, 2010 at the headquarters of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) in Arlington, Virginia.  The AAI greatly appreciates the generous assistance and sponsorship of both NREC

In light of the financial crisis, this working paper examines implications of a too highly concentrated global audit industry, considering possibilities of deconcentrating reforms.

On December 8, the American Antitrust Institute will host its third annual Invitational Symposium on the Future of Private Antitrust Enforcement at the National Press Club in Washington D.C.  Photos are available

In Refusals to License and Installed-Base Opportunism in the Mainframe Computer Industry: The Investigation of IBM, Prof.

The AAI filed comments today in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's proceeding involving transmission planning policy.

AAI Research Fellow Randy Stutz's interview with Corporate Crime Reporter puts repeal of exemption into context as desirable but not likely to lead to major changes in health insurance.

This article appears in 32 World Competition 189-197 (2009) and is available here through SSRN. Professor Waller is a member of the AAI Advisory Board.