Professor Nathaniel Grow has produced a creative, thoroughly researched piece arguing that antitrust has failed in the context of professional sports and calling for the creation of a national-level federal regulatory agency to address anticompetitive conduct by the major leagues. I respond to his diagnosis of antitrust’s failings and to his prescription.
Geoffrey Rapp, Is it Time to Give Up on Antitrust Law for Pro Sports?, 72 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. Online 203 (2015).
In Response To
Regulating Professional Sports Leagues
September 24, 2015