Professor Ellen P. Goodman to speak at Department of Justice roundtable

The Department of Justice Antitrust Division will host a roundtable at Stanford University on May 30, 2024 on “Promoting Competition in Artificial Intelligence,” where Professor Goodman will speak. “Promoting Competition in Artificial Intelligence” “Promoting Competition in Artificial Intelligence”

Professor Camilla Hrdy’s article cited in FTC ruling

Professor Camilla Hrdy’s article, “Beyond Trade Secrecy: Confidentiality Agreements That Act Like Noncompetes,” was cited in the Federal Trade Commission’s recent ruling banning most noncompete agreements entered between employers and workers.  Hrdy’s article, which is co-authored by Prof. Chris Seaman at Washington and Lee, was just published in the Yale Law Journal. The article shows … Continue reading Professor Camilla Hrdy’s article cited in FTC ruling

U.S. Commerce Dept, NTIA releases Report and Recommendations on AI Accountability Policy. Professor Ellen P. Goodman is principal author.

AI Accountability Policy Report | National Telecommunications and Information Administration (ntia.gov)              

Professor Ellen P. Goodman addresses “Bridging the Gap: Safeguarding Online Freedom Across the Atlantic”

In a public session organized by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), the Consulate General of Germany New York, the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) and the DWIH New York on April 29, 2024.

Karyn Temple Presents 2024 Lastowka Lecture

On March 21, 2024, Karyn A. Temple, Senior Executive Vice President and Global General Counsel for the Motion Picture Association, presented the 2024 Lastowka lecture. Title “Chicken Little Was Wrong: A Site-Blocking Retrospective and Roadmap for the Future,” Ms. Temple explained the importance of measures like blocking piracy websites for targeting illegal infringement.

Prof. Carrier co-authors article on pharmaceutical patent thickets

Prof. Carrier co-authored an article, “Why Pharmaceutical Patent Thickets Are Unique,” with Sean Tu. The article explains the unique harms presented by patent thickets in the pharmaceutical industry… https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4571486

Prof. Carrier publishes op ed calling for breakup of Live Nation/Ticketmaster

Prof. Carrier publishes an op ed in The Hill calling for a breakup of Live Nation/Ticketmaster… https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/4449148-dont-let-monopolies-hold-taylor-swifts-next-tour-hostage/

Prof. Carrier has 2 articles nominated for 2024 antitrust article of the year

Prof. Carrier has two articles nominated for 2024 antitrust article of the year. The first, “Prior Bad Acts and Merger Review” (with Gwendolyn Lindsay Cooley), is in the merger category…https://awards.concurrences.com/en/awards/2024/academic-articles/prior-bad-acts-and-merger-review-4879 The second, “Why Is FRAND Hard?,” is in the intellectual property category…https://awards.concurrences.com/en/awards/2024/academic-articles/why-is-frand-hard-4878

Prof. Carrier gives Grand Rounds lecture at Cornell Medical School

Prof. Carrier gave a Grand Rounds lecture on high cancer drug prices to the Division of Hematology/Medical Oncology in the Department of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Prof. Michael Carrier co-authors “Prior Bad Acts and Merger Review” in Georgetown Law Journal Online

Together with Gwendolyn J. Lindsay Cooley, Prof. Michael Carrier published “Prior Bad Acts and Merger Review” in the Georgetown Law Journal Online.” The article introduces a framework for considering the prior bad acts of merging firms. It was cited in two statements of the FTC in September, one on the Amgen/Horizon merger and one on … Continue reading Prof. Michael Carrier co-authors “Prior Bad Acts and Merger Review” in Georgetown Law Journal Online



Professor Ellen P. Goodman to speak at Department of Justice roundtable

The Department of Justice Antitrust Division will host a roundtable at Stanford University on May 30, 2024 on “Promoting Competition in Artificial Intelligence,” where Professor Goodman will speak. “Promoting Competition in Artificial Intelligence” “Promoting Competition in Artificial Intelligence”

Professor Camilla Hrdy’s article cited in FTC ruling

Professor Camilla Hrdy’s article, “Beyond Trade Secrecy: Confidentiality Agreements That Act Like Noncompetes,” was cited in the Federal Trade Commission’s recent ruling banning most noncompete agreements entered between employers and workers.  Hrdy’s article, which is co-authored by Prof. Chris Seaman at Washington and Lee, was just published in the Yale Law Journal. The article shows … Continue reading Professor Camilla Hrdy’s article cited in FTC ruling

U.S. Commerce Dept, NTIA releases Report and Recommendations on AI Accountability Policy. Professor Ellen P. Goodman is principal author.

AI Accountability Policy Report | National Telecommunications and Information Administration (ntia.gov)              

Professor Ellen P. Goodman addresses “Bridging the Gap: Safeguarding Online Freedom Across the Atlantic”

In a public session organized by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), the Consulate General of Germany New York, the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) and the DWIH New York on April 29, 2024.

Karyn Temple Presents 2024 Lastowka Lecture

On March 21, 2024, Karyn A. Temple, Senior Executive Vice President and Global General Counsel for the Motion Picture Association, presented the 2024 Lastowka lecture. Title “Chicken Little Was Wrong: A Site-Blocking Retrospective and Roadmap for the Future,” Ms. Temple explained the importance of measures like blocking piracy websites for targeting illegal infringement.