Raymond Jacobson was interviewed by Law360 on May 26 concerning his antitrust practice and the direction he sees for antitrust law. "What's exciting about antitrust law is that it is a blend of economic principles, industry developments and politics," he explained. "To be successful you need to understand all three disciplines and be able to convince the regulators and the courts that there are many factors, outside your client's control, that will prevent your client's conduct from being anti-competitive." Mr. Jacobson said he believes the next wave in antitrust enforcement will involve "more cases relating to 'reverse payments' in the drug industry; standard setting; bundling and price signaling. Those all remain 'gray areas.'" To view the entire Q&A click here.