Volume 27:3 – Antitrust Symposium 2020
Featuring Articles and Essays from the George Mason Law Review’s 23rd Annual Antitrust Symposium: Antitrust’s Competing 2020 Visions (held February 21, 2020)
- Clark Neily, A Distant Mirror: American-Style Plea Bargaining Through the Eyes of a Foreign Tribunal, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 719 (2020).
- Bernard (Barry) A. Nigro, Jr., Competing for the Future: Remarks at the George Mason Law Review 23rd Annual Antitrust Symposium, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 749 (2020).
- Roger D. Blair, Christine S. Wilson, D. Daniel Sokol, Keith Klovers, & Jeremy Sandford, Analyzing Vertical Mergers: Accounting for the Unilateral Effects Tradeoff and Thinking Holistically About Efficiencies, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 761 (2020).
- Kevin Caves & Hal Singer, Competing Approaches to Antitrust: An Application in the Payment Card Industry, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 823 (2020).
- William E. Kovacic, Competition Policy Retrospective: The Formation of the United Launch Alliance and the Ascent of SpaceX, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 863 (2020).
- Conor D. Woodfin, Preserving the Virginia Constitution’s Prohibition on Special Legislation, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 905 (2020).
- Ross Broudy, Remastering Termination Rights: Why Remastered Sound Recordings Should Never Be Considered Derivative Works as to Circumvent Copyright Termination, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 939 (2020).
- Emily Kvalheim, Considering the Refugee Act’s “Particular Social Group” Under Chevron Step One: Why Reviewing Courts Should Employ Cardoza-Fonseca‘s “Traditional Tools of Statutory Construction” in Asylum Cases, 27 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 969 (2020).