On February 9, Professor Hillary Greene will present 'The Role of the Competition Community in Promoting Innovation" at an international conference at Nagoya University entitled International Issues Relating to a Pro-Innovation Patent System and Competition Policy.
Greene is an associate professor of law and director of the Law School's Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic. Her most recent publications include: "Antitrust Censorship of Economic Protest," (59 Duke L. J. 1037 (2010)) and "Non-Per Se Treatment of Buyer Price-Fixing in Intellectual Property Settings" (Duke L. & Tech. Rev., forthcoming). Additional publications include "Guideline Institutionalization: The Role of Merger Guidelines in Antitrust Discourse" in the William and Mary Law Review (2006), and "Articulating Trade-Offs: The Political Economy of State Action" in the Utah Law Review (2006). Prior to teaching, Greene served as project director for Intellectual Property in the Federal Trade Commission's Office of the General Counsel and as a litigation associate at Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York City. She is admitted to practice in New York, and before the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court, Eastern District in New York. Greene currently serves on the advisory board of the American Antitrust Institute.