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Boston College Law Review Publishes Article by Professor Lambert

Professor Thom Lambert’s article, Mere Common Ownership and the Antitrust Laws, appears in the latest edition of the Boston College Law Review. Professor Lambert criticizes claims by prominent antitrust scholars and the leading antitrust treatise that institutional investors’ ownership of minority stakes in competing firms may violate the U.S. antitrust laws. The article follows up on an earlier common ownership article…

Professor Lambert Presents at Penn Law

On February 8, Professor Thom Lambert presented his paper “Mere Common Ownership and the Antitrust Laws” at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. The presentation was part of a symposium organized by Professor Herbert Hovenkamp and hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law. Professor Lambert’s paper follows up on his co-authored article with University of Missouri economist…

Professor Lambert’s Institutional Investors Article Discussed in Bloomberg Opinion Piece

Matt Levine, an opinion columnist covering finance for Bloomberg, references an article written by Professor Thom Lambert of Mizzou Law and Professor Michael Sykuta of the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at Mizzou: “The Case for Doing Nothing About Institutional Investors’ Common Ownership of Small Stakes in Competing Firms.” Levine asks, “Should index funds be illegal?” The article written…