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Keith
Hylton
Boston University School of Law

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Position(s):

Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law
Boston, MA

Experience & Areas of Interest:

Keith Hylton is the William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor and Professor of Law. Widely recognized in the areas of law and economics, Keith Hylton has published numerous articles in American law journals and peer-reviewed law and economics journals. His textbook, Antitrust Law: Economic Theory and Common Law Evolution, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2003.
Professor Hylton joined the BU Law faculty in 1995 after teaching for six years and receiving tenure at Northwestern University School of Law. At BU Law, he teaches courses in antitrust, torts and labor law. In addition to teaching, he serves as co-editor of Competition Policy International and editor of the Social Science Research Network's Torts, Products Liability and Insurance Law Abstracts. He is also a former chair of the Section on Torts and Compensation Systems of the American Association of Law Schools, a former chair of the Section on Antitrust and Economic Regulation of the American Association of Law Schools, a former director of the American Law and Economics Association, a former secretary of the American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Section, a former member of the editorial board of the Journal of Legal Education and a current member of the American Law Institute.
Keith is a Co-editor of Competition Policy International.

Research:

His research interests include law and economics generally, with specific interests in torts, litigation theory, antitrust, labor and corporate law.

Education:

Harvard University B.A., 1982, magna cum laude.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D. (Economics) 1986
Harvard Law School J.D., 1989.

POST DATE
Microsoft after Fifteen Years
2016-03-21
Reverse Payments Post Actavis: A Litigation Quagmire?
2015-07-13
Antitrust Snoops on the Loose
2015-06-29
Intel and the Death of U.S. Antitrust Law
2010-03-01
The Error Cost Approach to Section 2 Legal Standards
2009-07-13
A Comment on the Intel Fine
2009-06-29
The Lawful Acquisition and Exercise of Monopoly Power and Its Implications for the Objectives of Antitrust
2008-10-30
Unilateral Refusals to Deal and the Antitrust Modernization Commission Report
2008-08-04
Section 2 and Article 82: A Comparison of American and European Approaches to Monopolization Law
2007-12-18
A Note on Director & Levi (1956)
2007-11-05
Antitrust Around the World: An Empirical Analysis of the Scope of Competition Laws and Their Effects
2007-03-19
When Should a Case Be Dismissed? The Economics of Pleading and Summary Judgment Standards
2006-10-24
Classic Papers on Predatory Pricing
2006-10-19