Vice Dean Max Huffman teaches antitrust, comparative and international antitrust, secured transactions, bankruptcy, and payment systems the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He has published his scholarship on antitrust, consumer law, bankruptcy and related topics broadly in domestic and international publications.
Recent focuses have been on artificial intelligence and the gig economy, including attention to issues of cartel behavior, labor organization and algorithmic pricing. He is a regular speaker and commenter on antitrust and consumer law topics both in the U.S. and overseas.
Areas of Expertise
Antitrust, consumer law, artificial intelligence and the gig economy, cartel behavior, labor organization, algorithmic pricing.