Six articles authored or co-authored by Axinn lawyers have been nominated for the Concurrences 2021 Antitrust Writing Awards. The aim of these awards is to promote competition scholarship and to contribute to competition advocacy, and Axinn’s authors have been recognized numerous times in previous years.
A jury of government regulators, academics and business leaders, along with readers, vote to choose the winning articles. To read and vote for Axinn’s nominated articles, please view the links below:
- “Antitrust Treatment of Acceleration Provisions in Hatch-Waxman Settlements,” Michael Keeley and Cristina Fernandez, FDLI’s Update Magazine (Winter 2020)
- “DOJ's 1st Wage-Fixing Indictment is a Warning to Cos.,” Tiffany Rider, James Moore, III, and John O’Toole, Law360 (December 14, 2020)
- “What Lemons Teach Us About Privacy and Competition,” John Harkrider, Antitrust (Fall 2020)
- “Another Way to Skin the Cat? Perspectives on Using Section 2 to Challenge the Acquisition of Nascent Competitors,” James Moore, III and Timothy Snyder, The Threshold (October 26, 2020)
- “Assessment of the Vertical Merger Guidelines and Recommendations for the VMGs Commentary,” John Harkrider, Law360 (July 6, 2020)
- “Do You Have to Put Up With That? Legal Protections in the Context of Antitrust Law Investigations in the U.S. and E.U.,” Nicholas Gaglio, Lindsey Strang, Susan Zhu, Dr. Lukas Aberle and Dr. Christian Steinle, Compliance Berater (May 28, 2020)