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About Yane Svetiev

Professor Svetiev joined the Brooklyn Law School faculty in the Spring of 2008. He writes and teaches in the areas of antitrust law, contracts and intellectual property. His research explores how companies and regulators respond to the decentralization of production relationships and the trend away from the vertically integrated model of the business organization towards looser networks of independent collaborators. Professor Svetiev recently published the article “Antitrust Governance.” Based on his dissertation work at Columbia Law School, it examines the emergence of new governance remedial mechanisms in antitrust intervention. At Columbia, he was an associate-in-law fellow, teaching legal writing and co-teaching a course on contracts, collaboration and interpretation with Professor Charles Sabel. While at law school, he taught game theory and mathematical economics as an associate lecturer in economics.
Professor Svetiev clerked for Justice Michael D. Kirby of the High Court of Australia – the equivalent in that country of the U.S. Supreme Court. Prior to joining the BLS faculty, he practiced as a litigation associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York


Present Assistant Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School



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Phone: (718) 780-0603