Litigation Lunacy in Florida

Cato.org. July 31, 2000.

Fired-Up About Safe Cigarettes

National Review (Online). May 30, 2000.

On the March: Clinton, Gore and a Million Moms

Cato.org. May 11, 2000.

On the March: Clinton, Gore and a Million Moms

Cato.org. May 11, 2000.

Microsoft, Decision Two

Cato.org. April 6, 2000.

Larger Implications of the Tobacco Settlement

Cato.org. March 11, 2000.

Microsoft: In Search of the Perfect Remedy

Cato.org. February 10, 2000.

Anti-Microsoft Conservatives: They Just Don’t Get It

Cato.org. January 5, 2000.

Why Microsoft Should Have Won

Washington Times. November 8, 1999.

Rewriting the Rules for High-tech Antitrust

Seattle Times. November 1, 1999.

U.S. v. Microsoft: Time for a Reality Check

Cato.org. September 11, 1999.

Antitrust in the Information Age

Cato.org. June 4, 1999.

Back in Court: The Browser Wars Resume

Cato.org. May 29, 1999.

So Sue Them, Sue Them

Weekly Standard. May 24, 1999.

Blowing Smoke About Tobacco-Related Deaths

Regulation. April 29, 1999.

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Money

Cato.org. April 13, 1999.

High Tobacco Taxes Won’t Make the Problem Go Away

Cato.org. March 20, 1999.

Need Money? Call for Philip Morris

Cato.org. March 16, 1999.

Hooked on Cigarette Taxes

Cato.org. February 14, 1999.

Microsoft: A Tale of Two Markets

National Law Journal. February 8, 1999.

The Great Tobacco Robbery: Lawyers Grab Billions

Legal Times. February 1, 1999.

States Share Blame for Tobacco Lawyers’ Greed

Legal Times. February 1, 1999.

Microsoft is no monopoly

USA Today. January 14, 1999.

Tobacco Extortion: Round 3

Cato.org. November 29, 1998.

Beyond the Browser Wars: Antitrust as Vendetta

Cato.org. August 17, 1998.