Antitrust Matters Episode 3: A Legacy of Antitrust, Part 2
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Episode 3 “A Legacy of Antitrust, Part 2”: In the conclusion of this two-part episode, Jeff Shinder and David Scupp talk with Lloyd Constantine and Steve Cannon about the founding of Constantine Cannon and the unique paths that brought them to practicing antitrust law at pivotal and interesting times in U.S. antitrust history. Lloyd and Steve talk about the early days of the law firm, some of its most notable cases as lawyers, and much more. Make sure to listen to part one to catch up on the discussion!