Robert Pitofsky

Academic Steering Committee

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Professor Pitofsky has served as a commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, the director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the FTC, counsel to the American Bar Association Commission to Study the FTC, and chair of a Department of Defense Task Force on downsizing the Defense Industry. In addition, he is co-author of the text, Cases & Materials on Antitrust, and his recent writings include "New Definitions of Relevant Market and the Assault on Antitrust" and "Proposals for Revised Merger Enforcement in a Global Economy." Professor Pitofsky has taught courses at the Law Center in Antitrust, Consumer Protection, Federal Courts, and Constitutional Law. He practiced law as counsel to the D.C. firm of Arnold and Porter and was an attorney with Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer and Wood. In addition, he served as a member of the Council of the Administrative Conference to the United States and the Board of Governors of the D.C. Bar Association. Professor Pitofsky is currently on leave from the Law Center, having recently served as Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission.

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