Several months ago I wrote a Cartel Capers blog entry (here) discussing a suggested approach for the Seventh Circuit to follow in deciding Motorola Mobility when the Court reheard the case. I also wrote a longer article (here) published in the Competition Policy International’s FTAIA issue. To my surprise and delight, Judge Posner in Motorola Mobility v. AU Optronics, 775 F. 3d 816 (7th Cir. 2015), cited both Cartel Capers and the CPI article. The article was quoted at length in the opinion. This article has now been nominated for a Concurrences writing award.
The aim of the Concurrences Antitrust Writing Awards is to promote competition scholarship and to contribute to competition advocacy. The 2015 Antitrust Writing Awards Jury contributes to this achievement by selecting the best writings published in 2014. The articles are selected by the Jury and by Readers. The Jury consists of a Board, an Academic and a Business Steering Committees composed of the leading academics and counsels. Readers of Concurrences Journal and its sister publication e-Competitions contribute to the selection process by voting for articles. Click here to see the Jury. You can check out all of the nominated articles on various subjects here.
Unlike many elections where one reluctantly votes for the lesser of two evils, every article nominated is terrific. I am honored to be included in this group. I would appreciate it if you would click on this link and vote for my article.
Thanks for reading…. and voting.