The Economics Institute is designed for federal judges to build an understanding of the economic foundations of antitrust and competition law, and to illustrate how economic analysis is applied to current and emerging antitrust issues.  There is no requirement  of prior economics or antitrust knowledge. The GAI Antitrust Economics Institute for Judges provides an in-depth … Continue reading “GAI Antitrust Economics Institute for Federal Judges”

Courts are struggling with how to make liability decisions based on the regulatory regime that Congress and the Food and Drug Administration have established for allowing medical devices into the market. The largest controversy surrounds devices cleared through the 510(k) process as being substantially equivalent in safety and efficacy to an existing device. Congress and … Continue reading “Medical Devices, FDA Regulations and Liability: How Are the Courts Assessing and Impacting Technological Developments in Medical Devices?”