Tag Archives: Colloquium

Call for Papers: 7th Annual Trademark Works-in-Progress Colloquium – Washington D.C.

Washington College of Law at American University hosts the 7th Annual Trademark Works-in-Progress Colloquium Sept. 29-30, 2018. The event will be dedicated to discussing works in progress on any topic in trademark law. Papers should be in progress and not … Continue reading

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Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim Delivers Remarks at the Jevons Colloquium in Rome

See Delrahim's speech All Roads Lead to Rome: Enforcing the Consumer Welfare Standard in Digital Media Markets here. Highlights include: I believe that three additional indicators of consumer welfare deserve greater attention in analyzing competitive effects in digital markets: innovation,… … Continue reading

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Tax policy colloquium, week 7: Lisa Philipps’ Gendering the Analysis of Tax Expenditures: Bridging Two Solititudes in Canadian Tax Policy

This past Tuesday, Lisa Philipps presented the above-titledpaper, happily the day before (rather than that of) our hideous Nor’easter. I was unable to post the next day, as I usually do, due to the crush of other obligations, but now, … Continue reading

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IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Ring, “Silos and First Movers In the Sharing Economy Debates”

Prof. Diane RingBy: Leandra Lederman On March 1, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law welcomed Surly’s own Prof. Diane Ring from Boston College Law School as the fourth speaker of the year in our Tax Policy Colloquium. Diane presented … Continue reading

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Tax policy colloquium, week 4: Gerald Auten's Income Inequality in the United States, part 2

My prior blog post noted that, while the Auten-Splinter (AS) paper, despite its clear merits, seems in tension with the vast anecdotal evidence (and other empirical studies) suggesting that there has been a substantial rise in U.S. high-end inequality over … Continue reading

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