The Economist quoted Judge Robert Bork’s and Greg Sidak’s article, What Does the Chicago School Teach About Internet Search and the Antitrust Treatment of Google?, in a story about the growth of online businesses: “‘That consumers can switch to substitute search engines instantaneously and at zero cost constrains Google’s ability and incentive to act anti-competitively,’ wrote the late Robert Bork, a conservative judge, in a 2012 paper commissioned by Google that he wrote with Gregory Sidak, an antitrust expert. The paper had a wide influence; in 2013 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which had been looking into action against Google, decided not to proceed.” (November 29, 2014)

Ned Downie, a Criterion Economics alumnus, has won a Marshall Scholarship to study at Oxford University. Ned was also the first American citizen issued a ten-year visa to China (November 12, 2014).

On February 7, 2006, Greg Sidak debated Larry Lessig on network neutrality before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. The debate continues in the summer of 2014, yet the Senate heard virtually every substantive argument for or against net neutrality in the Lessig-Sidak debate more than eight years ago. Sidak published two exhaustive articles in the Journal of Competition Law & Economics (one with David Teece) on net neutrality.

Experts Discuss Arbitration of FRAND Disputes at 2013 ANSI Legal Issues Forum , ANSI News & Publications (October 17, 2013)

Salute to Ronald Coase, 1910-2013, Tilburg University News (September 3, 2013)

SIDAK: Supreme Court Must Clean Up Washer Mess, Washington Times (November 15, 2012)

Internet Search and the Nature of Competition, The American (November 1, 2012)

Bork and Sidak defend Google against critics, Global Competition Review (October 8, 2012)

Bork and Sidak Joint Statement on Google Antitrust Claims, New York Times (October 6, 2012)

Broadcast of ‘Google and Antitrust: The New Debate Over Internet Search’ , C-SPAN2 (October 5, 2012)

How Apple v. Motorola Could Alter Patent Litigation, InsideCounsel (September 2012)

Apple v. Motorola: Implications For Patent Damages, Law360 (June 29, 2012)

The OECD’s Proposal to Cartelize Mexican Communications, CPI Antitrust Chronicle (June 2012)

Antitrust Expert: OECD Recommendations Would “Cartelize” Mexican Telecom Market, New York Times (May 21, 2012)

America Movil Asks Colombia To Stop Targeting Prices, Bloomberg (April 4, 2012)