John M. Majoras



  • Monday, June 1, 2009
    Antitrust cases present a combination of legal and economic issues that even judges may find challenging. A jury adds a host of extra variables that even effective voir dire won't eliminate. Add on treble damages and attorney's fees, and you can understand why the vast majority of cases settle.
  • Monday, October 1, 2007
    To suggest that antitrust and competition concepts are becoming more global is akin to suggesting that ipods might be more than a fad. Antitrust globalization is old news. Consider, for example, the International Competition Network (ICN), which formed in 2001 with the hope that it would become a meeting place for ideas, education and coordination among the...
  • Friday, October 1, 2004
    Editor: International prosecutions of price-fixing cartels seems to be the dominant theme of antitrust litigation lately. What explains this emphasis?