Jonathan Pitt, Co-Chair of Williams & Connolly’s Antitrust practice and adjunct professor of Antitrust Law at Georgetown University Law Center, was quoted in, “What Do New Law Grads Know About Antitrust?” an article published by Law360. The article features discussions with several antitrust law professors on the shift in antitrust education towards economic analysis and the importance of topics including merger enforcement and pay-for-delay litigation.
In the article, Jonathan is quoted as emphasizing that IP and antitrust are not necessarily in conflict and how pay-for-delay cases are a good example of how courts try to balance the two regimes in practice. He also discusses the difference between merger cases now and in the past and details his and his co-instructor and Williams & Connolly partner, Steve Kuney’s methodology behind their course at Georgetown University Law Center.
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