William H. Page is Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He is the author, with John Lopatka, of The Microsoft Case: Antitrust, High Technology, and Consumer Welfare
(University of Chicago Press 2007) and the current co-author, with John Lopatka and Joseph Bauer, of the Kintner Federal Antitrust Law
treatise (LexisNexis). He has published numerous influential articles on antitrust law and economics, with emphasis on the Microsoft antitrust litigation, antitrust injury and standing, antitrust remedies, the state action doctrine, class action litigation, and the meaning of concerted action. Professor Page’s scholarship can be found on:
LL.M., University of Chicago; J.D., University of New Mexico (summa cum laude
); B.A., Tulane University (cum laude
Teaching & Scholarship
- Antitrust, Civil Procedure, Administrative Law, Telecommunications, Local Government, Intellectual Property, Constitutional Law, Energy Policy
- University of Florida: Joined College of Law in 2001 as Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic Communications and Administrative Law.
Prior Educational Positions
- Mississippi College School of Law (1981-2000). Named J. Will Young Professor of Law in 1991. Boston University School of Law (1979-81); Visiting Professor, 1987-88.
- Private Practice: Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Trial Attorney (1975-78).
- Organizations: State Bar of New Mexico, American Bar Association (Antitrust Section & Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section), Order of the Coif, American Inn of Court, American Law and Economics Association.