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30 Oct 2009, 4:00 am
Boudreaux for the Wall Street Journal Learning to Love Insider Trading by Thom Lambert for Truth on The Market Insider Trading Laws and Conventional Wisdom by Vellum Galleon Insider Trading Case: ‘Like Finding a Needle in a Haystack' by Michael Corkery for the Deal Journal Insider Trading: A Primer by Gary N. [read post]
26 Jul 2013, 6:05 am by Thom Lambert
  They include: David Balto, Law Offices of David Balto Terry Calvani, Freshfields James Cooper, GMU Law & Economics Center Dan Crane, Michigan Law Paul Denis, Dechert Angela Diveley, Freshfields Gus Hurwitz, Nebraska Law Marina Lao, Seton Hall Law Tad Lipsky, Latham & Watkins Joe Sims, Jones Day (tentative) Tim Wu, Columbia Law Thom Lambert, Missouri Law Geoff Manne, Lewis & Clark Law/ICLE In addition, Commissioner Wright has agreed to offer a responsive post or… [read post]
26 Oct 2009, 5:48 am
The lineup includes: Dennis Carlton (Chicago GSB) Dan Crane (Michigan Law) Robert Gertner (Chicago GSB) Herbert Hovenkamp (Iowa) Einer Elhauge (Harvard) Joe Farrell (Federal Trade Commission) Luke Froeb (Vanderbilt) Andrew Gavil (Howard) Thom Lambert (Missouri) Geoff Manne (LECG) Steve Salop (Georgetown) J. [read post]
27 Oct 2009, 5:13 pm
Herbert Hovenkamp, Herbert Hovenkamp on Revising the Merger Guidelines Thom Lambert, “Standardizing” The Horizontal Merger Guidelines Geoffrey Manne, Fix the Supply Side Danny Sokol, Small Changes Joseph Simons, Revisions to the Merger Guidelines: Above All, Do No Harm [read post]
1 Aug 2013, 5:55 am by Geoffrey Manne
  They include: David Balto, Law Offices of David Balto [1] [2] Terry Calvani, Freshfields [1] James Cooper, GMU Law & Economics Center [1] [2] Dan Crane, Michigan Law [1] Paul Denis, Dechert Angela Diveley, Freshfields [1] Gus Hurwitz, Nebraska Law [1] [2] Thom Lambert, Missouri Law [1] Marina Lao, Seton Hall Law [1] Tad Lipsky, Latham & Watkins Geoffrey Manne, Lewis & Clark Law/ICLE [1] Joe Sims, Jones Day [1] Josh Wright, FTC Tim Wu, Columbia Law [1] The… [read post]
10 Nov 2015, 11:40 am by Eugene Volokh
Thom Lambert (Truth on the Market) that I much liked, and thought it was worth passing along in its entirety: Unless you live under a rock, you know that the president and chancellor of the University of Missouri, where I teach law, have resigned in response to protests over their failure to respond to several (three identified) racist incidents on campus. [read post]
15 Feb 2016, 9:45 am by Alden Abbott
It also runs counter to the general thrust of the Supreme Court’s recent antitrust jurisprudence, which implicitly has adopted an error cost framework (see the article by Thom Lambert and me, here) with a focus on false positives. [read post]
7 Aug 2015, 10:16 am by Geoffrey Manne
Joining ICLE on the brief are: Richard Epstein (NYU Law) James Huffman (Lewis & Clark Law) Gus Hurwitz (Nebraska Law) Thom Lambert (Missouri Law) Daniel Lyons (Boston College Law) Geoffrey Manne (ICLE) Randy May (Free State Foundation) Jeremy Rabkin (GMU Law) Ronald Rotunda (Chapman Law) Ilya Somin (GMU Law) Read the brief here, and the summary here. [read post]
15 Feb 2016, 9:45 am by Alden Abbott
It also runs counter to the general thrust of the Supreme Court’s recent antitrust jurisprudence, which implicitly has adopted an error cost framework (see the article by Thom Lambert and me, here) with a focus on false positives. [read post]
7 Nov 2017, 9:23 am by Geoffrey Manne
His edited volume with Bill Shughart, The Causes and Consequences of Antitrust: The Public-Choice Perspective, and his antitrust casebook with Charlie Goetz (and later TOTM’s own Thom Lambert) are among the standards in the field. [read post]
7 Nov 2017, 9:23 am by Geoffrey Manne
His edited volume with Bill Shughart, The Causes and Consequences of Antitrust: The Public-Choice Perspective, and his antitrust casebook with Charlie Goetz (and later TOTM’s own Thom Lambert) are among the standards in the field. [read post]
22 Nov 2010, 12:12 pm by Steve Bainbridge
Thom Lambert recently discussed it: A hallmark of Austrian thinking, especially as articulated by F.A. [read post]
13 Mar 2010, 9:46 pm by MacIsaac
As Lambert J.A. says in Robertson at 388: …But the remarks made in the course of the reasons in Hawitt v. [read post]
24 Dec 2011, 9:19 am by Geoffrey Manne
Thom Lambert Although I didn’t know him as well as some of my co-bloggers did, Larry very much influenced my own development as an academic. [read post]
20 Feb 2012, 12:44 pm by Steve Bainbridge
Professor Thom Lambert likewise opines that: But to say that current insider trading rules generally don’t reach trades by members of Congress is not to imply that congressional staffers are free to trade on material non-public information they acquire in the course of their jobs.  [read post]
15 Sep 2014, 8:56 pm by Jarod Bona
Thom Lambert at the excellent blog, Truth on the Market, seems to agree. [read post]
18 Nov 2013, 8:52 pm by Jonathan H. Adler
UPDATE: Additional thoughts from Thom Lambert and Megan McArdle. [read post]
22 Sep 2016, 5:00 am by Jonathan H. Adler
As Thom Lambert argues in chapter six, the Court has shown a greater willingness to use antitrust to police horizontal restraints of trade than vertical restraints or unilateral conduct. [read post]
8 Apr 2015, 5:36 pm by Geoffrey Manne
Crane, Associate Dean for Faculty and Research and Professor of Law, University of Michigan Harold Demsetz, UCLA Emeritus Chair Professor of Business Economics, University of California, Los Angeles Bernard Ganglmair, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Dallas Gus Hurwitz, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Keith Hylton, William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor of Law, Boston University Thom Lambert, Wall Chair in Corporate Law and… [read post]
13 Dec 2017, 2:13 pm by Geoffrey Manne & Allen Gibby
., here and here, as well as Thom Lambert’s recent post), it is perhaps less clear whether antitrust, with its constantly evolving, common-law foundation, is up to the task. [read post]