It’s called Antitrust Review. It’s the result of a merger between the antitrust division of Law & Society Blog and (Anti-)Trust Me, both original members of our ultra-exclusive blogroll. Here’s what Hanno Kaiser, one of the blog’s founders, and a friend and former colleague of mine, says about the blog:
Antitrust Review will feature news and commentary on recent developments in antitrust, along with discussions of classic cases and economic theory. Antitrust Review is the result of an entirely pro-competitive merger between the antitrust and law & economics posts of the Law & Society Weblog and of (Anti-)Trust Me
The editors of Antitrust Review are:
- David Fischer, antitrust litigator in Washington, DC and editor of (Anti-)Trust Me
- Hanno Kaiser, antitrust lawyer in NYC, adjunct professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and co-editor of the Law & Society Weblog
- Manfred Gabriel, antitrust lawyer in NYC and co-editor of the Law & Society Weblog
- Dan Crane, assistant professor of law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (www.danielcrane.com)
Looks to be another must-read.