Howard University School of Law (Washington)

Andrew Gavil

Howard University School of Law (Washington), Crowell & Moring (Washington)
Professor

Professor Andrew Gavil is a member of the faculty at the Howard University School of Law, where he has taught courses on antitrust law, civil procedure, complex litigation, federal courts, and federal regulation since 1989. In addition to his continued teaching at Howard, he joined the Antitrust Group of Crowell & Moring as Senior Of Counsel in 2016. He has written, lectured, and commented extensively in the U.S. and abroad on various aspects of antitrust law, jurisdiction, and procedure and, with William E. Kovacic and Jonathan B. Baker, is the author of "Antitrust law in perspective : cases concepts and problems in competition policy" (2d ed. 2008). He is also currently at work with co-author Professor Harry First on “Microsoft and the globalization of antitrust law : Competition policy for the twenty-first century”, which will be published by MIT Press. For a more complete biography, curriculum vitae, and list of publications, see http://www.law.howard.edu/418.

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Crowell & Moring (New York)
Crowell & Moring (London)
Crowell & Moring (Washington)
Crowell & Moring (Brussels)
Crowell & Moring (Washington)

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Andrew Gavil, William E. Kovacic, Jonathan B. Baker, Joshua D. Wright Antitrust Law in Perspective : Cases, Concepts and Problems in Competition Policy (éd.3), Andrew I. GAVIL, William E. KOVACIC, Jonathan B. BAKER and Joshua D. WRIGHT

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Cette rubrique Livres recense et commente les ouvrages et autres publications en droit de la concurrence, droit & économie de la concurrence et en droit de la régulation. Une telle recension ne peut par nature être exhaustive et se limite donc à présenter quelques publications récentes dans ces (...)

Andrew Gavil The next step in the development of ex post evaluation of merger review procedures : Defining the state of the art with staged options for implementation

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L’examen a posteriori des décisions d’autorisation des concentrations est aujourd’hui largement considéré comme une pratique suseptible d’améliorer l‘efficacité des autorités de concurrence. Il existe ainsi une abondante littérature tant sur l’opportunité d’un examen ex post, que sur les différentes (...)

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