- At the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, Daniel Sokol is “surveying countries around the world that are not OECD members and not members of the EU to determine whether and at which universities are antitrust/competition law and/or industrial organization taught.”
- The ABA Section of Antitrust Law has an oral history of antitrust project (via the Legal Blog Watch).
- The Sports Law Blog has two posts of note. In what is sure to be one of the more talked about posts this week, Andre Smith offers and apology to Mike Nifong. The same blog also has an excellent post on “Yi Jianlian’s Age, NBA Employment, and Immigration Law.”
- The Drug and Device Law blog discusses, at length, the Watson v. Philip Morris decision.
- The Orange Book Blog reports on the denial of Novartis’s motion for a preliminary injunction in the Lotrel Litigation.
- f/k/a … comments, as only David Giacalone can, on Robert Bork, mosquitoes and “other pests.”
- At Concurring Opinions, Brannon Denning posts on how to become a law school professor (part I, part II).
- Charles Halton at Awilum, via the (new) legal writer, lists the top ten impediments to beautiful academic writing (other than indexing, the list applies to all legal writing).
- Finally, Marc Andreessen (a name that may sound familiar) lists his top ten science fiction novelists of the 00′s (via Marginal Revolution).
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