COMPETITION

CompetitionCompetition is the official publication of the Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section of the California State Bar. The journal covers current issues and developments in the law of antitrust, unfair competition and trade regulation. A free annual subscription is a benefit of Section membership. Individual back issues and reprints of individual articles may be purchased contacting the Section.

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Tables of Contents

Volume 23, No. 2, Fall 2014

CompetitionMind the Gap: A Symposium on Federal/State Antitrust Differences

  • Chair's Column
    by Kenneth R. O’Rourke
  • Editor's Note -- Mind the Gap: A Symposium on Federal/State Antitrust Differences
    by Thomas N. Dahdouh1
  • Do State Antitrust Statutes Reach Foreign Conduct? Background on the Reach of Federal Antitrust Law: Appellate Courts Grapple with the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act
    By Craig C. Corbitt and Aaron M. Sheanin
    • Plaintiff Perspective: The Long Arm of State Antitrust Law
      By Marc A. Pilotin
    • Defense Perspective: The FTAIA Clearly Limits the Reach of State Antitrust Laws
      By Dominique-Chantale Alepin and Jonathan Guss
  • How Should a Potential Opt-Out Plaintiff Proceed? So Your Suppliers Conspired Against You: An Antitrust Class Action Opt-Out Primer
    By Paula Blizzard, Justina Sesssions, and Daniel Gordon
  • Should Federal and State Class Antitrust Actions Be Tried Together? Background on the Class Action Fairness Act: CAFA -- Recent Developments on the Jurisdictional and Settlement Fronts
    By Michael L. Mallow
    • Plaintiff Perspective: Federal and State Class Antitrust Actions Should Not Be Tried in a Single Trial
      By Steve Williams
    • Defense Perspective: Joint Trial of Direct and Indirect Purchaser Claims
      By Robert E. Freitas, Jason S. Angell, and Jessica N. Leal
  • Should Damages Be Apportioned for Federal and State Antitrust Violations?
    • Plaintiff Perspective: Recoveries for Violations of Federal and California Antitrust Statutes Should Not Be Apportioned
      By Steve Williams and Elizabeth Tran
    • Defense Perspective: The Problem of Duplicative Recovery Under Federal and State Antitrust Law
      By Kyle W. Mach and Bradley Markano
  • Should Federal Antitrust Standing Rules Apply to State Antitrust Indirect Claims?
    • Plaintiff Perspective: The Misapplication of Associated General Contractors to Cartwright Act Claims
      By Jodie M. Williams and Kristen M. Anderson
    • Defense Perspective: Why Associated General Contractors Should Be Used to Assess Standing in Cartwright Act Cases
      By Anna M. Fabish
  • Unfair Competition Law Update
    • Are "All Natural" Claims Deceptive?
      • Plaintiff Perspective: Food Fights -- Recent Developments in Consumer Class Actions Challenging Food Labels
        By Jill Manning
      • Defense Perspective: "All Natural" Class Actions
        By Rhonda R. Trotter and Oscar Ramallo
    • FTC v. Wyndham: Do Federal and State Unfair Competition Laws Apply to Unreasonable Data Security Practices?
      By Kathryn Russo

Volume 23, No. 1, Spring 2014

  • Chair's Column
    Kenneth R. O’Rourke
  • Editor's Note
    Thomas N. Dahdouh
  • Landmark Civil Price-Fixing Verdicts of 2013: Lessons From Vitamin C and Urethanes Trials
    Views from Trial Counsel and Observers William A. Isaacson, Daniel S. Mason, Joseph Goldberg, and Michael Tubach
    Moderated by Heather Tewksbury.
  • LCD Redux: Follow-On Class Action and Direct Purchaser Litigation From 2012's DOJ Criminal Prosecutions
    Views from Trial Experts Bruce Simon, Howard Varinsky, and Robert Freitas
    Moderated by Aton Arbisser, Edited by Michael J. Kass
  • Judges Speak Out: The Make-Or-Break Moment of Certifying a Class
    With Judges Berzon, Phillips, Wiley and Karnow
    Moderated by Penelope A. Preovolos
    Edited by Penelope A. Preovolos and Dominique-Chantale Alepin
  • Trial by Sample: A Post-Game, Locker Room Chat Exploring the McAdams v. Monier Trial
    With Trial Counsel Jeffrey Cereghino and William Stern
    Moderated by Kimberly Kralowec; Edited by Asim Bhansali
  • NOERR/ First Amendment/ State Action: Precious Rights or Last Refuge for Monopolists?
    A Symposium
    • The Supreme Court in Borough of Duryea v. Guarnieri Signals a Retreat from PRE's Broad Difference to the Rights to Petition
      By Chris O’Connell
    • NOERR-Penningston: Safeguarding the First Amendment Rights to Petition the Government
      By Stuart N. Senator and Gregory M. Sergi
    • The Irrevelance of the First Amendment to the Modern Regulations of the Internet
      By Richard Epstein
    • First Amendment Protection for Search Engine Search Results
      By Eugene Volokh and Donald M. Falk
    • Does the First Amendment Immunize Google's Search Engine Results from Government Antitrust Scrutiny?
      By Paula Lauren Gibson
    • Does First Amendment Principles Limit the Antitrust Agencies' Ability to Prohibit Enforcement of Standards-Essential Patents?
      By David L. Meyer and Fabien Thayamballi
    • The Market Participant Exception to State-Action Immunity from Antitrust Liability
      By Jarod M. Bona and Luke Wake
  • The Misapplications of Matsuhita's Heightened Summary Judgement Standard
    By Ara Jabagchourian
  • Regulation of Companies' Data Security Practices Under The FTC and California Unfair Competition Law
    By Kathryn Russo
  • Update on California State Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law and Federal and State Procedural Law
    By Thomas A. Papageorge and Thomas Greene

Volume 22, No. 2, Fall 2013

  • Chairs ColumnCompetition
    Cheryl Lee Johnson
  • Editor's Column
    Thomas N. Dahdouh
  • The California Difference: Why California Law Really Matters
    A Symposium
    • Indirect Purchaser Standing Under California Antitust Law and Federal Antitrust Law Plaintiff Perspective
      By Christopher Micheletti
    • Defensive Perspective
      By David Kiernan and Lin W. Kahn
    • Proving Wrongful Purpose Under The Unfair Practices Act: Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives
      By Ara Jabagchourian and David Meyer
    • Unfair and Deceptive Practices: A Comparison of the FTC Act & California's UCL
      By Lenore Albert and Michael Thurman
    • Merger Enforcement
      By Robert B. McNary and Marisa E. Adelson
    • Mask for The Guilty and Shield for the Innocent: The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in Federal and California Antitrust Cases
      By Dylan Ballard
    • Verticle Price Fixing: Why California's Per Se Rule Against Resale Price Maintenance is Actually Good for Businesses and Consumers: Plaintiff Perspective
      By David W. Kesselman and Trevor V. Stockinger
    • Resale Price Maintenance after Leegin: Defense Perspective
      By John R. Foote and Ernest N. Reddick
  • Rhetoric vs. Reality: An Assessment of Trends in Civil Non-Merger Antitrust Enforcement Comparing the Bush and Obama Administration
    By D. Bruce Hoffman
  • Ensuring Access to Affordable Medication: The Supreme Court's Opinion in F.T.C. V. Actavis, Inc.: Plantiff Perspective
    By Ralph B. Kalfayan and Vic A. Merjanian
  • FTC v. Actavis: Antitrust: Antitrust Litigation Over "Reverse-Payment" Pharmaceutical Patient Settlements
    By Stuart N. Senator and Rohit K. Singla

Volume 21, No. 2, Summer 2012

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Craig C. Corbitt
  • Editor's Note
    John F. Cove, Jr.
  • Trial Management After Therasense: Inequitable Conduct, Walker Process Fraud, and the Seventh Amendment
    Asim M. Bhansali & William S. Hicks
  • Dukes and Common Proof in California Class Actions
    Kimberly A. Kralowec
  • "Revisiting Materiality" Is Revisionis History: An Express Warranty Defines Materiality Under the UCL and CLRA Absent an Unreasonable Safety Hazard
    Paul J. Riehle and Jia-Ming Shang
  • The California Court of Appeal's Flagship Opinion -- A Lifeline for Antitrust Plaintiffs or a Sinking Vessel?
    Eric P. Enson

Volume 21, No. 1, Spring 2012

  • Chair's Column
    Craig C. Corbitt
  • Editor's Note
    John F. Cove, Jr.
  • The FTAIA -- A Changing Landscape
    Sylvie K. Kern
  • Closing The Courthouse Doors to Consumer Class Actions? What Recent Case Law Reveals About Successful Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements and Class Action Waivers
    Charles H. Samel and Amanda J. Beane
  • Revisiting Materiality in the Context of CLRA and UCL Claims: Why Materiality Does Not Equal A Safety Risk
    James C. Shah and Rose F. Luzon

Volume 20, No. 2, Fall 2011

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Albert J. Boro, Jr.
  • Section 5, the FTC and its Critics: Just Who are the Radicals Here?
    Tom Dahdouh
  • Pleading "Parallel Plus" Factors after Twombly: the Seventh Crcuit's In Re Text Messaging Ceates a Circuit Split
    Michele Floyd
  • The Case for Eliminating Acpera's Supplamental Cooperation Requirement for Amnesty Applicants
    Michael W. Scarborough and Dylan I. Ballard
  • Due Process Limitations on Inderect Purchaser Claims Claims Under the Cartwright Act: Toward a New Standard
    Matthew D. Taggart & Ryan M. Andrews

Volume 20, No. 1, Spring 2011

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Albert J. Boro, Jr.
  • Editor's Note
    Craig Waldman
  • Kwikset Corp. v. Superior Court: Reaffirming the Vitality of Private Enforcement of the Unfair Competition Law After Proposition 64
    Pamela M. Parker and Alan M. Mansfield
  • The California Supreme Court's Kwikset Opinion-- A Glass Half-Empty and Half-Full
    Eric P. Enson
  • Exiting the Fun House of Mirrors: Clayworth v. Pfizer and the Handling of Pass-n in Post-Trial Allocation Proceedings in Federal and State Court
    Emilio E. Varanini
  • The Illinois Brick Wall: Standing Tall
    By Christopher T. Casamassima and Tammy A. Tsoumas
  • A Progress Report on the Implementation of China's Anti-Monopoly Law
    Jiangxiao Athena Hou and Jane Yi

Volume 19, No. 2, Fall 2010

  • Competition Chair's Column
    Thomas S. Hixson
  • Editor's Note
    William L. Stern
  • Two Competing Views of Santa Clara County
    • The "Con" Side - Outsourcing Justice: the California Supreme Court's Decision in County of Santa Clara v. Superior Court (Atlantic Richfield)
      William L. Stern and Nicholas A. Roethlisberger
    • The "Pro" Side - The Collaboration Between Public Entities and Private Counsel: Prosecuting Cases that Otherwise Might not be Brought
      Bruce L. Simon and William J. Newsom
  • The Revitalization of a Valuable Cause of Action for Competitors: Clayworth v. Pfizer's Implications for UCL Standing in Competitor Lawsuits
    Matthew K. Wegner
  • Clayworth v. Pfizer: California Supreme Court Lays Down the Law in Favor of Strict Antitrust Enforcement
    Gene Crew and Holly Gaudreau
  • The Restitutionary Claim Requirement for Standing Under the UCL: Does Clayworth v. Pfizer End the Debate?
    Daniel K. Slaughter*

Volume 19, No. 1, Spring 2010

  • CompetitionChair’s Column
    Thomas S. Hixson
  • Editor’s Column
    William L. Stern
  • Reverse-Payment Settlements in Brand v. Genereic Pharamaceutical Patent Litigation
    Asim M. Bhansali
  • Loyalty Discounts and the FTC’s Lawsuit Against Intel
    Jarod M. Bona
  • Davis v. Ford Motor Credit Company: More Confusion Regarding The Definition Of "Unfair" Or An Indication Of Growing Consensus?
    Eric P. Enson
  • "Per Se" or Not "Per Se" – A Historical "Quick Look" at Minimum RPM Under California Law
    Don T. Hibner, Jr. and Heather M. Cooper
  • The Law On Predatory Pricing In California
    Ara Jabagchourian
  • UCL Class Certification After In re Tobacco II Cases
    Neal Potischman, Mark Kokanovich and Julie Epley
  • Section of the FTC Act: Dark Cloud or Silver Lining?
    Marcy C. Priedeman
  • Kearns v. Ford Motor Co. and its Implications for Pleading Consumer Fraud Cases in Federal Court After Tobacco II
    Daveed A. Schwartz

Volume 18, No. 2, Fall 2009

  • CompetitionSocratic Solitaire -- Implications of In Re Tobacco II for Proof of Injury in Antitrust and Unfair Competition Class Actions
    Charles H. Samel
  • In Re Hydrogen Peroxide Antitrust Litigation: A Forecast of The Future of Class Certification in the Ninth Circuit
    Caroline Mitchell And Michael Scott
  • Meyer v. Sprint Spectrum, L.P.: The California Supreme Court Toughens Standing Requirements Under the Consumers Legal Remedies Act
    Daveed A. Schwartz
  • Ashcroft V. Iqbal: The Supreme Court's Attempt to Clarify Bell Atlantic v. Twombly
    Matthew Fischer

Volume 18, No. 1, Spring 2009

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Elaine F. Foreman
  • Editor's Column
    John M. Landry
  • Chinese Monopoly Law: A Practical Guide
    Xue Kepeng and Charlotte Zhanghaixia Westfall
  • Privilege Survives Coerced Disclosures To Federal Investigators
    Bennett G. Young, Chris W. Lacy, Michael J. Kass and Kathryn A. Nyce
  • Edwards V. Arthur Andersen Llp: The End Of Judicially Created Restraints On Competition
    Todd M. Malynn

Volume 17, No. 2, Fall 2008 - The Cartwright Act at 100-- Special Celebratory Issue

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Kathleen J. Tuttle
  • Editor's Column
    Tom Hixson
  • Preface
    Hon. Ronald M. George, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of California
  • Foreward: An Historical Backdrop
    Professor Spencer C. Olin
  • One Hundred Years in the Making: The Cartwright Act In Broad Outline
    John M. Landry and Kirk A. Hornbeck
  • A Legislator's Lament: Profile of George W. Cartwright (1863-1939)
    Kathleen J. Tuttle and Professor Gilbert Geis
  • Does the Cartwright Act Have a Future?
    Lisa Saveri and Craig Corbitt
  • Happy Birthday, Cartwright Act ! A Judge's Perspective on the Use of Questionaires In Jury Selection for Cartwright Act Cases
    Hon. Richard A. Kramer, Judge, San Francisco Superior Court
  • Revisited History: a Retrospective on Von Kalinowski and Hanson's "California Antitrust Laws: A Comparison With Federal Antitrust Laws"
    Robert E. Cooper and James P. Clark
  • The Cartwright Act at 100 -- a History Of Complementary Antitrust Enforcement-- A Celebration
    Don T. Hibner, Jr. and Heather M. Cooper
  • How We Convinced The California Supreme Court That the Cartwright Act Did Not Regulate Mergers
    Aton Arbisser and M. Laurence Popofsky
  • The "Federalization" of the Cartwright Act
    Bonny E. Sweeney
  • Anti-monopolization Workarounds
    Professor Reza Dibadj
  • Comments On The Recent History Of Class Actions Under The Cartwright Act
    Guido Saveri
  • B.W.I., California's Favorable Class Action Jurisprudence, And Their Post-Cafa Application
    Francis O. Scarpulla and Qianwei Fu
  • Revitalizing the Cartwright Act
    John K. Van de Kamp and Michael J. Strumwasser
  • A Century of Government Antitrust Enforcement Under the Cartwright Act
    Thomas Greene, Robert C. Fellmeth, Thomas A. Papageorge and Kathleen J. Tuttle
  • California Versus Federal Enforcement of the Cartwright Act Against Microsoft -- A Choice With Potentially Disastrous Consequences for Consumers
    Gene Crew
  • A Forward Look: The Cartwright Act and What it Could Be
    Joseph L. Dunn
  • Conclusion
    Hon. Kathryn Mickle Werdegar, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of California

Volume 17, No. 1, Spring 2008

  • CompetitionEditor's Column
    Tom Hixson
  • Chair's Column
    Kathleen J. Tuttle
  • The Ninth Circuit's Linkline Decision: a Flawed Application of Intracircuit Stare Decisis?
    John M. Landry and Bethany M. Stevens
  • Negotiating Antitrust Provisions in Acquisition Agreements
    Craig Waldman and Jennifer DiNucci
  • Judgment-sharing Agreements: Fair to Defendants or AnotherAnticompetitive Restraint?
    Daniel T. Dobrygowski
  • Discovery Of European Commission Materials In U.s. Civil Antitrust Litigation: Does U.S. Discovery Threaten Europe's Competition Enforcement Regime?
    Terry Calvani and Kate S. McMillan
  • 2007 Developments in California Class Action Law
    Pamela M. Parker

Volume 16, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2007

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Bonny E. Sweeney
  • Editor's Column
    Mark Riera
  • Antitrust Damages Claims Arising Out of the California Electricity Crisis:An Analysis Of Federal Jurisdiction, Preemption, And The Filed Rate Doctrine
    Geoffrey T. Holtz
  • Filling The Regulatory Gap: California Natural Gas Antitrust Litigation
    Craig C. Corbitt and Jiangxiao Athena
  • The Supreme Court's Leegin Decision on Resale Price Maintenance: Maintaining Uncertainty
    Brian Robison and Soña Garcia
  • Credit Suisse: Supreme Court Limits Antitrust Claims Arising From Regulated Investment Banking Activity
    Howard M.Ullman
  • An Imbalance of Representation: A Critique of the Antitrust Modernization Commission Recommendations Regarding Civil Remedies in Private Antitrust Cases
    Joshua P. Davis
  • Tying Law: the Clash Between the Supreme Court and Lower Courts
    M. Brian McMahon

Volume 15, No. 2, Fall/Winter2006

  • CompetitionWhither The Robinson-patman Act? The Antitrust Modernization Commission Tackles A Wily Veteran
    Harvey I. Saferstein And Nada I. Shamonki
  • Undoing The Ninth Circuit's Chroma Lighting Decision: Is Volvo Too Much, too Little, too Late?
    John M. Landry
  • Dagher: An Admirable Exercise In Restraint
    Joshua P. Davis, Joseph R. Saveri And Peter E. Leckman
  • The Unfair Competition Law After Proposition 64: The California Supreme Court Speaks
    Kevin K. Green

Volume 15, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2006

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Bruce Lee Simon
  • Editor's Column
    Kathleen J. Tuttle
  • The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005: One Year Later
    Thomas S. Hixson
  • Implications of the Class Action Fairness Act for Antitrust Cases: From Filing Through Trial
    Lisa Saveri
  • A State-by-state Look At The Law On Indirect Purchaser Damage Actions
    Gerald E. Hawxhurst
  • Market Competitiveness: Does State Antitrust Law Need To Be Updated?
    Don T. Hibner, Jr. and Heather M. Cooper

Volume 14, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2005

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Bruce Lee Simon
  • Editor's Column
    Kathleen J.Tuttle
  • Antitrust and the New Economy
    M. Howard Morse
  • A Field Guide to Antitrust Issues in Standard Setting and Patent Pooling
    Willard K. Tom
  • Fearing and Revering Intellectual Property: Misplaced Reliance on Presumptions in the Federal Circuit's Independent Ink
    Scott A. Sher And Scott D. Russell
  • "Schumpeterian" Competition And Antitrust Policy in High-Tech Markets
    Michael L. Katz And Howard A. Shelanski
  • The Rise Of The Restrictive Product License
    Richard B. Ulmer And Paul A. Deeringer
  • The Acquisition And Licensing Of Intellectual Property: Antitrust Implications
    Franklin D. Kang
  • California Antitrust And Unfair Competition Law Update
    Thomas Greene And Thomas A. Papageorge

Volume 14, No. 1, Spring/Summer 2005

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Holly A. House
  • Private "Representative Actions" Under California's Unfair Competition Law After Proposition 64: A Comparative Analysis
    Gerald E. Hawxhurst and Kevin Y. Teruya
  • Proposition 64 Does Not Apply to Pending Cases
    Bonny E. Sweeney
  • Proposition 64 Applies to Pending Cases
    Thomas S. Hixson
  • Is UCl Fraud Now Akin To Common Law Fraud? Reliance, Materiality and Causation After Proposition 64
    Andrew B. Serwin and Russell L. Carlberg
  • Problems in Partnering With Public Prosecutors
    Barbara M. Motz
  • Have Unfair Competition Claims Become "federalized" After Proposition 64 and the Class Action Fairness Act?
    Amy Darby and Amy Maclear
  • California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Update
    Thomas Greene and Thomas A. Papageorge

Volume 13, No. 2, Fall/Winter 2004-2005

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Holly A. House
  • Editors' Column
    Shawn D. Parrish and Kathleen J. Tuttle
  • The Trinko Case: Rise of a Restrictive Approach to Section 2 Analysis, and Fall of the Duty to Cooperate with Rivals
    Howard M. Ullman
  • The Availability of Damages for Monopolization Under California Law
    Charles H. Samels
  • What is "Unfair"? Developments in 17200 Law After Cel-Tech
    Daniel K. Slaughter
  • The Legality of Patent Licensing Schemes Under the Antitrust Laws
    Pamela Pham

Volume 13, No. 1, Spring 2004

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Carlton A.Varner
  • Editors' Column
    Shawn D. Parrish
  • Potential Impacts of the Class Action Fairness Act of 2004
    Peter E. Borkon
  • The Plight of Nascent Competitors in the Ninth Circuit After Bourns v. Raychem
    John M. Landry
  • Advanced Bionics Corp. v. Medtronic, Inc.: Preliminary Injunctions -- Enforcing California's Fundamental Policy in Section 16600 Against Out-of-State Employers
    Todd M. Malynn
  • JRS Products v. Matsushita Electric Corporation of America: Contract, Not Tort Damages for Franchise Terminations
    Shawn D. Parrish and Adrienne S. Leight
  • California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Update
    Thomas Greene and Thomas A. Papageorge

Volume 12, No. 1, Summer 2003

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Daniel J. Mogin
  • Editor's Column
    Carlton A. Varner
  • The George Court and Economic Welfare
    J. Thomas Rosch
  • Advanced Bionics Corp. v. Medtronic, Inc.: California Rejoins the Union
    Bernice Conn
  • Advanced Bionics Corp. v. Medtronic, Inc.: The ABC's of Antisuit Injunctions -- Enforcing California's Fundamental Policy in Section 16600 Against Out-of-State Employers
    Todd M. Malynn and Michael J. Weber
  • The Korea Supply Decision: Monterey Relief Remedies Under the UCL
    Carlton Varner

Volume 11, No. 2, Winter 2002-2003

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Daniel J. Mogin
  • Editor's Column
    Carlton A. Varner
  • California's Unfair Competition Law: Regulatory Balance or Unlevel Playing Field?
    J. Clark Kelso
  • Conspiracies and Summary Judgment in SHerman ection 1 Cases: Judge Postner Takes on the Ninth Circuit
  • The Silver Anniversary of an Antitrust Sea-Change: Continental T.V. and Brunswick at Twenty-Five
    Don T. Hibner, Jr. and Andrea B. Hasegawa

Volume 11, No. 1, Spring 2002

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Jeffrey I. Weinberger
  • Editor's Column
    Bradley S. Phillips
  • Aguilar v. Atlantic Richfield Co.: A New Standard for Summary Judgment Motions in California Antitrust Cases
    Shawn D. Parrish
  • How "Federal" Is California Summary Judgment Law After Aguilar?
    Charles M. Kagay
  • California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Developments
    Thomas A. Papageorge and Thomas J. Greene
  • New Uniform Class Action Procedures
    Daniel J. Mogin
  • Federal Antitrust Law Update
    Thomas E. Kauper

Volume 10, No. 1, Summer/Fall 2001

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Roxane Polidora, Pillsbury, Winthrop LLP
  • Editor's Column
    Bradley S. Phillips, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP
  • An Overview of Indirect Purchaser Actions and Class Certification
    Bruce L. Simon, Cotchett, Pitre & Simon, Burlingame
  • Economics of Class Certification in Indirect Purchaser Antitrust Cases
    Samid Hussain, Ph.D., Daniel M. Garrett, Ph.D., and Vandy M. Howell, Ph.D., Cornerstone Research, Menlo Park
  • An Antitrust Counselor's Guide to Most-Favored-Nations Clauses
    Sean P. Gates, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

Volume 9, No. 1, Summer/Fall 2000

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Charles Crompton, Latham & Watkins (1999-200); Roxane A. Polidora, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP (2000-2001)
  • Editors' Column
    Holly A. House, McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, LLP; Carlton A. Varner, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, LLP
  • California's Unfair Competition Law After Kraus and Cortez: The Supreme Court Reins in the "Non-Class" Class Action
    Roxane A. Polidora, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP; James L. Heideman, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP
  • Unilateral Refusals to LIcense Intellectual Property: The Federal Circuit Rejects the Ninth Circuit's Subjective Motivation Test
    Donn Picket, McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, LLP
  • Myths of Predatory Pricing
    Kent P. Anderson, Ph.D., National Economic Research Associates, Inc. (NERA)
  • Franchisee Protection: "A Lion in the Street" -- Analysis of the Proposed Small Business Franchise Act
    Don T. Hibner, Jr., Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP
  • Feature: Developments -- Civil Procedure
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice
  • Feature: Antitrust Developments -- Substantive Law
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office

Volume 8, No. 2, Fall 1999

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Mary B. Cranston, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro LLP
  • Editors' Column
    Roxane A. Polidora and Caroline N. Mitchell, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro LLP
  • Business & Professions Code Section 17200: Taking a "Fairness" Case to Judgment
    Robert C. Phelps, Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro LLP
  • AT&T Corporation v. City of Portland: The Collision of Cable Operators, ISPs, and Local Government
    Scott Andrew Sher, Clerk for Judge Charles A. Legge, District Court, Northern District of California
  • Reasonable Restrictive Covenants -- Recent Misinterpretations of Section 16600 of California's Business and Professions Code
    James O'M. Tingle, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro LLP
  • Feature: Developments -- Civil Procedure
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice
  • Feature: Antitrust Developments -- Substantive Law
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office

Volume 8, No. 1, Spring 1999

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Mary B. Cranston, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro LLP
  • Editors' Column
    Roxane A. Polidora and Caroline N. Mitchell, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro LLP
  • "Inevitable" Disclosure of Trade Secrets: The Seductive Power of the Dark Side
    Ian N. Feinberg, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich
  • Asserting Intellecutal Property Rights in Monopoly Leveraging Antitrust Cases: Business Justification or Pretext?
    William N. Herbert, Coudert Brothers
  • Maximum Resale Price Maintenance Under the Cartwright Act
    Brian C. Burr and John F. McLean, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro LLP and Fiona W. Huang, National Association of Public Interest Law
  • What's So Unfair About Unfair Competition? Section 17200 and Life After Cel-Tech
    Timothy P. Crudo and Michael A. Velthoen, Latham & Watkins

Volume 7, No. 3, Summer 1998

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    John H. Brinsley, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP
  • Editor's Column
    Charles M. Kagay, Spiegel Liao & Kagay
  • Some Important Implications of ABC International Traders: A Reprieve for Dealer Termination Claims, and a Wake Up Call for Price Discrimination in Technology Licensing
    Jesse W. Markham, Jr., Jackson, Tufts, Cole & Black, LLP
  • As Easy as ABC: Applycing the Rule Against Secondary-Line Price Discrimination to California Intrastate Transactions
    Leighton M. Anderson, Offices of Leighton of Leighton M. Anderson
  • Features: Antitrust Developments -- Substantive Law
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • Features: Antitrust Law Developments -- Civil Procedure
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice

Volume 6, No. 1, Summer 1997

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Jesse W. Markham, Jr., Jackson Tufts Cole & Black
  • Editor's Column
    Jeffrey M. Shohet, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich
  • An Economic Evaluation of B.W.I. Custom Kitchens and Indirect Purchase Classes in Horizontal Price-Fixing Cases
    Gregory D. Adams, Law and Economics Consulting Group, Inc.; and Gordon C. Rausser, College of Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley and Law and Economics Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Most Favored Nations Clauses Are No Longer the Most Favored
    Lori A. Schechter, Morrison & Foerster
  • Features: Antitrust Law Developments -- Civil Procedure
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice

Volume 5, No. 2, Spring 1996

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    J. Thomas Rosch, Latham & Watkins
  • Editor's Column
    William I. Rothbard, Law Offices of William I. Rothbard
  • California False Advertising Law
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • The First Amendment, Commercial Adveritsing & Consumer Protection -- Color It Green
    Albert Norman Shelden, Consumer Law Section, California Attorney General's Office
  • Music and the Right of Publicity in Commercial Advertising
    Stuart L. Friedel and Howard Weingrad, Davis & Gilbert
  • "Antitrust Injury" Is Alive and Well Under the Cartwright Act
    Mark LeHocky, Freeland Cooper LeHocky & Hamburg
  • Antitrust Law Developments
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice

Volume 5, No. 1, Summer 1995

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Penelope A. Preovolos, Morrison & Foerster
  • Editor's Column
    Jeffrey M. Shohet, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich
  • Representation of the General Public Under California's Unfair Competition Act
    Professor Robert C. Fellmeth, University of San Diego Law School
  • The Lesson of Manufacturers Life: Implied Repeal of State Antitrust Laws Gets Even Tougher
    Eugene Crew and Paul Kirsch, Townsend and Townsend and Crew
  • Cellular Plus: New Life for Cartwright Act Enforcement
    Timothy F. Perry, Attorney-at-Law, San Francisco
  • Antitrust Developments -- Civil Procedure
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice
  • Antitrust Developments -- Substantive Law
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office

Volume 4, No. 3, Winter 1995 - Special Issue on Health Care Antitrust

  • CompetitionMarketing the Network -- The Limits of Leverage
    Michael A. Duncheon, Hanson, Bridgett, Marcus, Vlahos & Rudy
  • Structuring Provider Contracting Networks to Avoid Per Se Illegal Price Fixing -- Before and After the DOJ/FTC Healthcare Policy Statement
    Robert J. Enders, Weissburg and Aronson
  • Editor's Column
    Erika Wodinsky, Federal Trade Commission
  • Chairman's Column
    Penelope A. Preovolos, Morrison & Foerster
  • Feature: Physician Staff Privilege Antitrust Actions: An Uphill Battle
    Peter K. Huston, Latham & Watkins
  • New Board Members
  • New Health Care Policy Statements

Volume 4, No. 2, Fall 1994

  • CompetitionAn Interview With Richard Gilbert
  • Counterpoint: Will the Guidelines Work?
    Robert P. Taylor, Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro
  • Editor's Column
    Jesse W. Markham, Jr., Orrick Herringon et al. LLP
  • Chairman's Column
    Thomas Greene, California Attorney General's Office
  • Feature: Antitrust Developments
    Thomas A. Papgeorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • Intellectual Property Licensing: The Practitioner's Perspective
    Penelope A. Preovolos, Morrison & Foerster
  • Diagnostic Software: Antitrust and Copyright Law at War
    Paul H. Roeder, Gray, Cary, Ware & Freidenrich

Volume 4, No. 1, Winter 1994

  • CompetitionChairman's Column
    Thomas Greene, California Attorney General's Office
  • Editor's Column
    Jesse W. Markham, Jr.
  • Antitrust Developments
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • Feature: Unfair Practices Act: The Problem of New Entrants
    Roy Weinstein and Gail Fruchtman, Micronomics, Inc.
  • Feature: Insurance Antitrust: Litigation Update
    Dean Hanswell, LeBoef, Lamb, Greene & MacRae
  • 1994-1995 Appointments to State Bar Committees
  • Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law Section 1994 Programs

Volume 3, Spring 1993

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Gary R. Spratling, Esq.
  • Antitrust Developments
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • Feature: The Supreme Court Overrules Lessig
    Paul H. Roeder and Jeffrey M. Shohet, Gray, Cary Ames & Frye
  • Feature: Antitrust Offenses and Compliance Programs Under the Organizational Sentencing Guidelines
    Paul A. Winick, Thelen, Marrin, Johnson & Bridges
  • Feature: Profile of Section Officers
  • Complex Litigation Inn of Court (CLIC): Accepting Applications for 1993
    Chris Leong, Esq.

Volume 2, Summer 1992

  • CompetitionChair's Column
    Eliot G. Disner, Shapiro, Possel & Close
  • Editor's Column
    Karen Randall, Katten Muchin Zavis & Weitzman
  • Feature: Alaska Airlines: The Ninth Circuit Refines Essential Facilities and Rejects Monopoly Leveraging
    George C. Leal, Vogl & Meredith
  • Feature: Can a Lawsuit with Probable Cause Be a Sham? Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. v. Professional Real Estate Investors, Inc. (cert. granted, Mar. 30, 1992, 112 S.Ct. 1557, 118 L.Ed.2d 206)
    Robert M. Lindquist, Pepper, Hamilton & Scheetz

Volume 2, Winter/Spring 1992

  • CompetitionMessage from the Chair
    Eliot G. Disner, Esq.
  • Message from the Outgoing Chair
    Minda R. Schecter, Graham James
  • Feature: Senator Cartwright and His Antitrust Law
    Thomas Greene, California Department of Justice
  • Feature: Antitrust Enforcement Directions at the Department of Justice
    Remarks of James F. Rill, Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, Before the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section of the State Bar of California on January 11, 1991, Los Angeles, California
  • "Unfair Trade Practices" Program a Success

Volume 1, No. 2, Fall 1990

  • CompetitionMessage from the Chair
    Francis O. Scarpulla, Esq.
  • Antitrust Developments
    Thomas A. Papageorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • Feature: State Tort Law: A Reasonable Alternative to a Federal Antitrust Predatory Pricing Claim
    R. Mark McCareins, Winston & Strawn
  • Message from the State Bar: Are You Misunderstood?
    John M. Seitman, State Bar Board of Governors
  • Section Annual Report: Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law Section, The State Bar of California, 1989-1990 Bar Year
  • Section Programs on Videotape

 Volume 1, No. 1, 1990

  • CompetitionMessage from the Chair
    Francis O. Scarpulla, Esq.
  • Introducing "Competition"
    Thomas A. Papgeorge, Consumer Protection Division, Los Angeles District Attorney's Office
  • Feature: Antitrust Enforcement and Health Care: Current Developments and Future Trends
    Remarks by Robert E. Bloch, Chief, Professions and Intellectual Property Section, U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, Before the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law Section of the State Bar of California and the Antitrust Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Asssociation, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California, October 25, 1989
  • Feature: What Is Left of Municipal Antitrust Liability?
    Kendall H. MacVey, Best, Best & Krieger
  • President's Message
    Alan Rothenberg, President, State Bar of California
  • Legislation Update: Law Library Funding -- The Struggle Continues: Report from the Sacramento Office of Governmental Affairs
    Tony Nevarez, Legislative Representative

 

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