|Articles by Mr. Markham on Antitrust Law|
|An Overview Of Antitrust Law|
|How the Consumer-Welfare Standard Transformed Classical Antitrust Law|
|Unlawful Price Discrimination: An Obscure, Occasionally Useful Antitrust Doctrine|
|Antitrust Exemptions and Immunities|
|Articles by Mr. Markham on Trial Practice and Litigating Cases|
|Making Sense of the Rules of Evidence|
|Anatomy of a Lawsuit|
|How to Litigate a Lawsuit|
|Using a Referee to Resolve Complex Accounting Issues|
|Articles by Mr. Markham on Other Legal Issues|
|Foreclosure Law in California and Related Matters|
|An Overview of Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies|
|An Overview of Contract Law|
Mr. Markham’s Blog
A Misplaced, Recurring Critique. Some critics of antitrust law treat it as mere governmental overreach and an unwelcome infringement upon the ordinary operations of our free markets. Their refrain, it seems, is that each company should be left to do as it pleases in...
Senator Klobuchar’s Bill Really Might Become Law. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) has proposed a landmark antitrust bill, entitled the “Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act,” which after negotiation and...
The Qualcomm Case Isn’t Even a Close Call: Qualcomm Blatantly Misused Its Standard-Essential Patents in Violation of Antitrust Law (By William Markham, © 2020)
The Extraordinary Qualcomm Case. The defining antitrust issues of our time are at stake in the landmark case of Fed Trade Comm'n v. Qualcomm Inc., (N.D. Cal. 2017, Case No. 17-CV-00220-LH) ("Qualcomm"). Qualcomm specifically concerns standard-essential patents and...