Business Organizations

Strategic Liability in the Corporate Group
Richard Squire
Associate Professor, Fordham University School of Law

For particularly helpful comments, I am grateful to Margaret Blair, George S. Geis, Jeffrey N. Gordon, Allan L. Gropper, Rich Hynes, Stacey Iris, Robert J. Jackson Jr, Alvin K. Klevorick, Jody S. Kraus, Jonathan M. Landers, Paul G. Mahoney, Richard G. Mason, Richard A. Posner, Randall S. Thomas, and William H. Widen. This Article also benefited from discussions at faculty workshops at Vanderbilt University Law School and the University of Virginia School of Law. Gabriel Gillett provided excellent research assistance.

The Creditors’ Bargain and Option-Preservation Priority in Chapter 11
Anthony J. Casey
Assistant Professor of Law, The University of Chicago Law School

I thank Daniel Abebe, Barry E. Adler, Kenneth Ayotte, Adam B. Badawi, Douglas G. Baird, Omri Ben-Shahar, Erin M. Casey, Stephen Choi, Lee Anne Fennell, Joseph A. Grundfest, M. Todd Henderson, William Hubbard, Mitchell Kane, Ashley Keller, Randall L. Klein, Saul Levmore, Douglas Lichtman, Anup Malani, Troy McKenzie, Jon D. Michaels, Anthony Niblett, Randal C. Picker, Eric Posner, Robert K. Rasmussen, Andres Sawicki, Naomi Schoenbaum, Julia Simon-Kerr, Richard Squire, Lior Strahilevitz, Matthew Tokson, George G. Triantis, Noah Zatz, participants at the Annual Meeting of the American Law and Economics Association, participants at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Law and Economics Association, participants at the University of Chicago Law School Faculty Works-in-Progress Workshop, participants at the University of Southern California Center in Law, Economics, and Organization Workshop, and the faculties of Columbia Law School, Cornell Law School, Emory Law School, Marquette University Law School, Stanford Law School, the University of Alabama School of Law, University of California Irvine School of Law, the University of Chicago Law School, University of Colorado Law School, University of Georgia Law School, the University of Minnesota Law School, and Vanderbilt University Law School for helpful comments and discussion.

Testing for Multisided Platform Effects in Antitrust Market Definition
Patrick R. Ward
JD/PhD (Economics) Candidate, The University of Chicago

The author wishes to thank Professor Randal Picker as well as Mila Rusafova, Emily Samra, and the members of The University of Chicago Law Review for their helpful thoughts and suggestions.

Given myriad business practices and conditions, establishing certain antitrust harms requires context.