Antitrust has entered a gilded age of increased international domestic legislatures, courts, and agencies, and the market as an institution. Existing institutions each have limitations in their ability to address any of the issues in international antitrust exclusively. This Article argues that the ICN is the institution best suited to address these issues. This approach may assist to identify other regulatory areas in which an ICN modeled "soft law" transnational institutional choice may prove to be the most effective way to address international issues.
D. Daniel Sokol, Monopolists without Borders: The Institutional Challenge of International Antitrust in a Global Gilded Age, 4 Berkeley Bus. L. J. 37 (2007), available at http://scholarship.law.ufl.edu/facultypub/67