(PRWEB) October 15, 2014
Professor Daryl Lim is one of 24 nominees from around the world being considered for a list of top 10 academics in antitrust law.
The poll is run by the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, a prominent publication within antirust circles.
Among the U.S. nominees is Joshua Wright, a law professor at George Mason University who currently serves as a Commissioner at the Federal Trade Commission. Nominees from abroad include those from the University of Cambridge, University College London, Hong Kong University, the University of Melbourne, University of Amsterdam, London School of Economics and the National University of Singapore.
Lim is a graduate of Stanford Law School and the National University of Singapore. At John Marshall, he teaches courses in antitrust law and intellectual property (IP) law. His work in the area of antitrust and patent law has been cited in reports commissioned by the World Intellectual Property Organization, the Canadian Government as well as in the briefs of opposing parties at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Lim’s recently published book “Patent Misuse and Antitrust Law: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives,” has been highly praised among patent and antitrust experts. His articles have appeared in four of the top eight IP law reviews in the U.S., as well as in peer-reviewed journals and books in Europe and Asia. He also serves as a peer reviewer for The Yale Law Journal.
In 2014, Professor Lim was awarded The John Marshall Law School’s Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award, an honor bestowed for “significant contributions to legal scholarship.”