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Professor Stephen Ross' Legal Research

Antitrust and Inefficient Joint Ventures: Why Sports Leagues Should Look More Like McDonald's and Less Like the United Nations, 16 Marquette Sports L. J. 213 (2006)

Player Restraints and Competition Policy Throughout the World, 15 Marquette Sports L. Rev. 49 (2004) (symposium on international sports law and business)

The NHL Labour Dispute and the Common Law, the Competition Act, and Public Policy, 37 U.B.C. L. Rev. 343 (2004)

Some Outside Observations on Overly Restrictive Agreements and the Souths Rugby Case, 12 Austl. Consumer & Comp. L. J. 83 (2004)

Light, Less-Filling, It's Blue Ribbon!, 23 Cardozo L.J. 675 (2002) (symposium on legal issues in baseball)

Open Competition in League Sports, 2002 Wis. L. Rev. 625 (with Stefan Szymanski)

Antitrust Options to Redress Anticompetitive Restraints and Monopolistic Practices by Sports Leagues, 52 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 133 (2001) (symposium)

Necessary Restraints and Inefficient Monopoly Sports Leagues1 Int'l Sports L. Rev. 27 (2000) (with Stefan Szymanski)

Anti-competitive aspects of sports, 7 Austl. Competition & Consumer L. J. 125 (1999)

Restraints on Player Competition that Facilitate Competitive Balance and Player Development and their Legality in the United States and Europein Competition Policy and Professional Sports (C. Jenrenaud & S. Késenne, ed.) (International Center for Sports Studies, Neuchatel, Switzerland 1999).

Why Highly Paid Athletes Deserve More Antitrust Protection than Unionized Factory Workers, 33 Antitrust Bull. 641 (1997) (with Robert B. Lucke) (symposium on sports/antitrust)

The Misunderstood Alliance Between Sports Fans, Players, and the Antitrust Laws, 1997 U. Ill. L. Rev. 601.

Reconsidering Flood v. Kuhn, 12 U. Miami J. Ent. & Sports Law 169 (1995)

An Antitrust Analysis of Sports League Contracts with Cable Networks, 39 Emory L. J. 463 (1990)