Selected Writings

“Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” (October, 2019)

“Exercising Antitrust Enforcement Discretion: Android,” (February, 2019)

“Antitrust Law Does Not Trump the Right to Free Speech,” (October, 2018)

“Android – Is There A Monopolization Case?”, (August, 2018)

“Parallel Federal/State Antitrust Investigations,” (2012)

“The Microsoft Case and Google,” Competition Policy International, vol. 5,  (2012)

“Search, Innovation and Antitrust,” (November, (2011)

“Google, Monopoly and Antitrust 101,” (October, 2011)

“Why Google Is Not Microsoft,” (September,2011)

“The State of State Antitrust Enforcement,” (2009)

“New York’s Trustbusters,” New York State Bar Association’s State Bar News (July/August 2004)

“Injury to Competition\Consumers in High Tech Cases,” 75 St. John’s Law Review 4 (Fall 2001)

“Antitrust Federalism and the Bush Administration,” New York Law Journal (May 24, 2001)

“Tying by Design: Microsoft and the ‘New Product’ Cases,” Antitrust Report (September 2000)

“Antitrust Enforcement in High Tech Industries,” 9 Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 1 (Fall 1999)

“Skeletons in the Corporate Closet,” published in two installments in the May/June and July/August, 1992 issues of Business Law Today (co-authored with Kenneth N. Hart)

“Homeless in the Courts of New York State:  The 1980’s, New York State Bar Journal (November 1990)