Russell Wofford


Articles:

  • Thursday, August 22, 2013
    The past year has been an active one in U.S. antitrust law, with neither plaintiff/enforcers nor defendants emerging as clear winners. The federal enforcement agencies, the Federal Trade Commission and Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, continued to focus primarily on the high-tech industry, mergers and (in DOJ’s case) criminal...
  • Monday, August 20, 2012
    Editor: Jeffrey, is Canada recovering from the recession? Brown: Relatively speaking, Canada has been doing well, but there is a lot of nervousness out there because the medium and longer terms are uncertain given, for example, the financial situation in Europe.  Similarly, the Canadian economy is so closely linked to the U.S. economy that any...
  • Tuesday, October 4, 2011
    Editor: I last interviewed you in October 2010. What are some of the recent trends in the economies of Canada and the U.S. that have affected antitrust?
  • Monday, October 4, 2010
    Editor: In our last interview in October 2009, you both generally agreed that there would never be complete convergence between our U.S. antitrust and Canada's competition laws. Where do you think that we are one year later in minimizing conflicts between the two systems?
  • Sunday, October 4, 2009
    Editor: The title of your joint interview in our August 2008 issue was "American and Canadian Antitrust/ Competition Law: Convergence?" Have there been any developments since that time? And do you think convergence will ever be accomplished?
  • Wednesday, October 1, 2008
    Editor: Would each of you gentlemen tell our readers something about your professional experience? Wofford: I am a partner in the Atlanta office of King & Spalding and a member of the antitrust and business litigation groups. My practice includes a particular emphasis on the interplay between intellectual property and antitrust and on healthcare and...
  • Monday, October 1, 2007
    Designer blue jeans. PING custom-fit golf clubs. Brietling watches. Producers of these and other high-end consumer goods have at one time or another tried to insist that retailers adhere to minimum resale prices in order to preserve their images in the marketplace.1 For 96 years, those manufacturers have faced a Hobson's Choice in the United States: impose...