June 1, 2007
Sullivan and Grimes Win Award for Best Antitrust Scholarship
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The American Antitrust Institute has announced that Southwestern Law School professors Lawrence A. Sullivan and Warren S. Grimes have won the 2007 Jerry S. Cohen Award for Antitrust Scholarship for their treatise Antitrust Law: An Integrated Handbook (2d edition, 2006). Runners up were Robert Lande and John Conner for their article How High Do Cartels Raise Prices: Implications for Optimal Cartel Fines, Tulane L. Rev. (2006) and C. Scott Hemphill for Paying for Delay: Pharmaceutical Patent Settlement as a Regulatory Design Problem, 81 N.Y.U.L. Rev. 1553 (2006).
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