Thursday, March 27, 2008
Posted by Shubha Ghosh
The Institute for Consumer Antitrust at Loyola Chicago Law School will be hosting the Eighth Annual Antitrust Colloquium on Friday April 25, and Professor Spencer Waller has put together another stimulating program. Papers include Professor Maurice Stucke of Tennessee Law School on "Should Governments Prosecute Monopolies?"; Donald Baker of Baker & Miller on "The Deepening Antitrust Divide Across the Atlantic"; Professor Thomas Greaney of St Louis University on "Antitrust After Managed Care"; and Professor Robert Lande of The University of Baltimore on "Private Antitrust Enforcement." Look for more information on this important conference as the date approaches.