The Spring 2010 issue of Competition, the journal of the Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section of the State Bar of California, is now out. It has several articles of interest:
"Davis v. Ford Motor Credit Company: More Confusion Regarding the Definition of 'Unfair' or an Indication of Growing Consensus?" by Eric P. Enson
"UCL Class Certification after In re Tobacco II Cases" by Neal Potischman, Mark Kokanovich and Julie Epley
"Kearns v. Ford Motor Co. and its Implications for Pleading Consumer Fraud Cases in Federa Court after Tobacco II" by Daveed A. Schwartz
The issue also contains several other articles that will be of particular interest to antitrust practitioners. It should soon be available online for Section members only. If you are not a Section member, I would encourage you to join.