Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Newsletter
The newsletter of the ISBA’s Section on Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law

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Newsletter articles from 2003

The Antitrust Counselor: Benchmarking By Mildred L. Calhoun October 2003 The impetus to benchmark waxes and wanes according to the current management theory in vogue at any given time, but regardless of management imperatives, benchmarking always requires significant antitrust scrutiny.
Competition policy in the new economy March 2003 The greatest challenge to competition policy at the beginning of the 21st century is the acceleration of technical change and innovation that has created a new competitive dynamism in a range of markets sometimes collectively referred to as the "new economy."
Editor’s note June 2003 Before you do anything else, please take two minutes to fill out the questions in the survey that is included in this newsletter and invest $.37 to tell us how the section can best serve you in your practice.
Editor’s note March 2003 News and updates from the editors.
Editor’s notes October 2003 In November 19, 2003, at 12:00 Noon at the Chicago Bar Association, your ISBA Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Section will present jointly with the CBA's Antitrust Law Committee the second of two sessions focusing on the nuts and bolts of class action antitrust practice.
The process of siting a municipal waste transfer station or landfill By David W. McArdle October 2003 Siting municipal or county waste transfer stations and landfills presents unusual problems for local governments.
The Seventh Circuit finally gets into the (Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements) Act By David A. O’Toole June 2003 Given that three other circuit courts have posited three different interpretations of the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act, it would have hardly seemed possible for the Seventh Circuit to plow any new intellectual ground on the subject.