Five Orrick Articles Nominated for 2017 Antitrust Writing Awards

January.12.2017

Five articles authored by Orrick lawyers have been nominated for 2017 Antitrust Writing Awards. These annual awards, created by Concurrences, aim to promote competition scholarship and to contribute to competition advocacy.

The Orrick articles nominated for awards are:

“Antitrust Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in RJR Nabisco v. European Community”
By David Goldstein and Rob Reznick
Orrick Antitrust Watch Blog
Nominated for Best Business Article: General Antitrust

“District Court Follows Motorola Mobility to Apply FTAIA and Indirect Purchaser Doctrine to Dismiss U.S. Parent’s Price-Fixing Claims Based on Its Foreign Subsidiary’s Purchases”

By David Goldstein, Richard Goldstein, Rob Reznick and Elena Kamenir
Orrick Antitrust Watch Blog
Nominated for Best Business Article: Concerted Practices

“DOJ and FTC Set Possible Criminal Liability Trap for HR Professionals”
By Jim Tierney, David Goldstein and Alex Okuliar
Orrick Employment Law & Litigation Blog
Nominated for Best Business Article: General Antitrust

“United States: IP and Antitrust”
By Jay Jurata and Alex Okuliar
The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2017
Nominated for Best Business Article: Intellectual Property

“Purported 'Direct Purchaser' Claims Dismissed for Lack of Antitrust Injury in Aluminum Warehousing Antitrust Litigation”
By David Goldstein, Jim Tierney, Howard Ullman and Emily Luken
Orrick Antitrust Watch Blog
Nominated for Best Business Article: Private Enforcement

The winning articles are chosen by members of a jury as well as reader votes. To vote for the Orrick articles, please click the links above. The winners will be honored at an awards ceremony on March 28, 2017.