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My Office Door

University professors often post things on their office doors—photos, news clippings, conference posters, political cartoons.   I’ve never been much for that.  The objective, I assume, is to express something about yourself: who you are, what interests you, what values you hold.   641 more words

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Supporting my Mizzou Students

Unless you live under a rock, you know that the president and chancellor of the University of Missouri, where I teach law, have resigned in response to protests over their failure to respond to several (three identified) racist incidents on campus. 1,036 more words

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Truth on the Market welcomes our newest blogger, Joanna Shepherd

Truth on the Market is delighted to welcome our newest blogger, Joanna Shepherd. Joanna is a Professor of Law at Emory School of Law and holds an adjunct position in the Emory Economics Department (where she also earned her PhD). 197 more words

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Honoring the Honorable Joshua Wright: A Symposium Commemorating Josh Wright's Term at the FTC

Tomorrow (August 24, 2015) marks once and future TOTM’er Josh Wright’s last day as an FTC Commissioner. Starting tomorrow and continuing throughout the week, Truth on the Market will be hosting a symposium —  a collection of commentaries and contributions — honoring Josh’s tenure at the FTC. 69 more words

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The Second Circuit Misapplies the Per Se Rule in U.S. v. Apple

In its June 30 decision in United States v. Apple Inc., a three-judge Second Circuit panel departed from sound antitrust reasoning in holding that Apple’s e-book distribution agreement with various publishers was illegal… 1,412 more words

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