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October 21, 2004

New antitrust blog

AntitrustProf Blog was launched this week, targeted at "professors teaching antitrust, students learning antitrust, and practitioners seeking information on recent developments in the law." The proprietor, Shubha Ghosh, is an IP/antitrust specialist at the Buffalo Law School. (Via InstaPundit.)

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