Prof. Ellen P. Goodman Assesses the NUDGE Act

Professor Ellen P. Goodman’s “Assessing the NUDGE Act” was published by Tech Policy Press. The piece analyzes the recently introduced Nudging Users to Drive Good Experiences on Social Media Act and weighs the good and bad elements of the proposed legislation. Professor Goodman writes, “The recitals use terms that are controversial and undefined. For example, … Continue reading Prof. Ellen P. Goodman Assesses the NUDGE Act

Prof. Mike Carrier has two articles nominated for antitrust article of year

Prof. Mike Carrier’s article with Brian Scarpelli on how standards organizations can reduce patent litigation was nominated for business antitrust (IP) article of year. Read (and vote) here!… https://bit.ly/32lmjuk   And his article with Chris Sagers on why the NCAA lost (and deserved to lose) the Alston case was nominated for academic antitrust (concerted practices) … Continue reading Prof. Mike Carrier has two articles nominated for antitrust article of year

On behalf of 38 professors, Prof. Michael Carrier files amicus brief in Ninth Circuit

On behalf of 38 professors, Prof. Michael Carrier filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Epic v. Apple. The brief argued that the district court erred in applying the Rule of Reason by: (1) accepting business rationales that aren’t antitrust justifications; (2) failing in its legal conclusions … Continue reading On behalf of 38 professors, Prof. Michael Carrier files amicus brief in Ninth Circuit