Boston University Law Review

Volume 90 Number 4 - August 2010

CONTENTS

ANTITRUST CONFERENCE IN HONOR OF JOSEPH BRODLEY

Editors' Foreword
Page 1365

PANEL I: PROFESSOR BRODLEY'S GENERAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO ANTITRUST SCHOLARSHIP

Introduction
Keith N. Hylton
Page 1367

”Antitrust Welfare” – The Brodley Synthesis
Eleanor M. Fox
Page 1375

Some Thoughts on Professor Brodley’s Contributions to Antitrust Through the Eye of American Needle
Richard M. Brunell
Page 1385

Patent Pooling Behind the Veil of Uncertainty: Antitrust, Competition Policy, and the Vaccine Industry
Hillary Greene
Page 1397

PANEL II: TOPICS IN ANTITRUST TO WHICH PROFESSOR BRODLEY CONTRIBUTED

Antitrust – What Role for Strategic Management Expertise?
Felix Oberholzer-Gee & Dennis A. Yao
Page 1457

Rambus, Innovation Efficiency, and Section 5 of the FTC Act
Richard Dagen
Page 1479

The Insights of Joseph Brodley’s Scholarship for the Current Debates over the Antitrust Treatment of Single-Firm Conduct
Michael A. Salinger
Page 1543

PANEL III: ANTITRUST AND THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION

U.S. Convergence with International Competition Norms: Antitrust Law and Public Restraints on Competition
James C. Cooper & William E. Kovacic
Page 1555

The Obama Administration and Section 2 of the Sherman Act
Herbert Hovenkamp
Page 1611

RIGHTS, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE: A CONFERENCE INSPIRED BY THE MORAL AND LEGAL THEORY OF DAVID LYONS

Editors' Foreword
Page 1667

Mill's Ambivalence About Rights
David O. Brink
Page 1669

Mill's Hedonism
Nicholas L. Sturgeon
Page 1705

Corrective Justice as a Duty of the Political Community: David Lyons on the Moral Legacy of Slavery and Jim Crow
David Copp
Page 1731

Courage and Political Resistance
David Lyons
Page 1755

Courage, Political Resistance, and Self-Deceit
Aaron Garrett
Page 1771

The Interest of the Governed and the Interests of Humanity: The Moral Importance of Borders
Richard W. Miller
Page 1785

Disobedience and Its Objects
A. John Simmons
Page 1805

Anarchism, Historical Illegitimacy, and Civil Disobedience: Reflections on A. John Simmons’s Disobedience and Its Objects
Susanne Sreedhar
Page 1833

Law's Ethos: Reflections on a Public Practice of Illegality
Gerald J. Postema
Page 1847

Response
David Lyons
Page 1869

ARTICLE

Roe’s Roots: The Women’s Rights Claims that Engendered Roe
Reva B. Siegel
Page 1875

NOTES

Dodging the Bullet Again: Microsoft III’s Reformulation of the Foremost Technological Tying Doctrine
Sarita Frattaroli
Page 1909

Allocating the Burden of Persuasion for Entry Issues in the Government’s Horizontal Merger Cases
Dave Rosenberg
Page 1937