Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Ellen P. Goodman, non-resident senior fellow at the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, has just published with Sanjay Jolly a paper on renewing the traditional American commitment to “full stack” public media to address our information disorder. She has also just published the second in a series on how the FTC should respond to President Biden’s executive order on … Continue reading Professor Ellen Goodman’s Work Profiled by GMF Digital

Prof. Michael Carrier’s work cited in Supreme Court opinion

In NCAA v. Alston, the Supreme Court, in a 9-0 opinion written by Justice Gorsuch, ruled in favor of student-athletes and against the NCAA on the issue of whether the restriction of education-related benefits violated antitrust law. The Court’s opinion was consistent with several of the points Prof. Michael Carrier and Chris Sagers made in … Continue reading Prof. Michael Carrier’s work cited in Supreme Court opinion

Prof. Michael Carrier co-authors essay in Iowa Law Review

Prof. Michael Carrier and Rebecca Tushnet published “An Antitrust Framework for False Advertising” in the Iowa Law Review. The essay offers a new antitrust framework for false advertising claims, including a presumption that monopolists engaging in false advertising violate antitrust law. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3593914

Prof. Michael Carrier co-authors Law360 standard-setting piece

Prof. Michael Carrier and Brian Scarpelli published “How Standard-Setting Organizations Can Curb Patent Litigation” in Law 360. The piece showed how the clarity of organization rules can affect the likelihood of patent litigation. https://www.law360.com/articles/1392222/how-standard-setting-orgs-can-curb-patent-litigation