Changing Law and Practice: A Columnist Looks Back

, New York Law Journal


In his final Antitrust Trade and Practice column, Neal R. Stoll, a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, describes his experience as a columnist and attorney over the past four decades.

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  • Adam

    Mr. Stoll since I have started reading your column nearly 10 years ago, I have looked forward to your take on the evolving world of antitrust law. While there other antitrust columns yours was by far the best read and most insightful no matter what the title was. As for the concern with your portait, when I see it the image of our saged founding father Benjamin Franklin comes to mind and your insights in antitrust law are just as insightful as his were to the founding fathers. Again thank you for the column I have truly enjoyed it.

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