Bruce Kobayashi

Bruce Kobayashi

Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University

Professor of Law Bruce H. Kobayashi’s background in economics makes him a vital part of the law and economics focus at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University. Since coming to Scalia Law in 1992, he has been a frequent contributor to economics and law and economics journals. He previously served as a senior economist with the Federal Trade Commission, a senior research associate with the U.S. Sentencing Commission, and an economist with the U.S. Department of Justice. He recently served as the director of the FTC’s Bureau of Economics.

Professor Kobayashi was educated at the University of California, Los Angeles, earning his BS in Economics and System Science (1981), and his MA (1982) and PhD (1986) in Economics.

He teaches Litigation and Dispute Resolution Theory, Quantitative Forensics, and Legal and Economic Theory of Intellectual Property.

Deep Dive Episode 189 – A Dawning Era for Vertical Mergers? The New Vertical Merger Guidelines,  Illumina/Grail, and More

Deep Dive Episode 189 – A Dawning Era for Vertical Mergers? The New Vertical Merger Guidelines, Illumina/Grail, and More

Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Podcast

The antitrust agencies’ approach to vertical mergers has been the subject of significant debate —...

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A Dawning Era for Vertical Mergers?: The New Vertical Merger Guidelines, the FTC's Challenge to Illumina/Grail, and the Future of Enforcement

A Regulatory Transparency Project Webinar

The antitrust agencies’ approach to vertical mergers has been the subject of significant debate —...