Does Antitrust Law Need to Innovate to Stay Relevant in the 21st Century? (2017 ABA CLE in The City On-Demand CLE)

    Does Antitrust Law Need to Innovate to Stay Relevant in the 21st Century? (2017 ABA CLE in The City On-Demand CLE)
    CLE 90 min

    Does Antitrust Law Need to Innovate to Stay Relevant in the 21st Century? (2017 ABA CLE in The City On-Demand CLE)

    The panel will debate whether and to what extent antitrust law needs to evolve and innovate to stay relevant and ensure competitive markets in today’s global, interconnected, and digitized world.

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    The speakers will address (1) the implications of the rise of Big Data (which calls into question how traditional methods of defining markets work with products and services provided at no cost); (2) whether the formation of data ecosystems could see a rebirth of the essential facilities doctrine and other theories of market foreclosure; and (3) the perennial question whether pricing transparency can facilitate tacit collusion (as recent enforcement actions concerning pricing algorithms suggest).

    The panel will also address whether, in view of the digital world’s transformation of traditional media (providing new means of distributing the printed word, sounds and images), market definition should account for the erosion of traditional media companies’ profits at an unprecedented rate in the 21st century.

    Program presented by the New York State Bar Association, Antitrust Section

    Program Chair and Moderator:
    Ethan E. Litwin, Dechert LLP, New York, NY

    Speakers:
    Sally Hubbard, The Capitol Forum, New York, NY (formerly with the New York State Attorney General’s office)
    Prof. Marina Lao, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ (formerly with the Federal Trade Commission)
    Prof. Maurice Stucke, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

    Antitrust Law Track Co-Sponsors and Presenters:
    ABA Section of Antitrust Law (Mergers & Acquisitions Committee); New York City Bar Association (Antitrust and Trade Regulation Committee); New York State Bar Association; Antitrust Section

    Additional Track Co-sponsors:
    Asian American Bar Association of New York; Brooklyn Bar Association; Capital District Women’s Bar Association; Connecticut Bar Association; Dominican Bar Association; Federal Bar Association (EDNY Chapter; SDNY Chapter); Hispanic National Bar Association (Region II); Iranian American Bar Association; Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York; LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York; Metropolitan Black Bar Association; Monroe County Bar Association; Nassau County Bar Association; Network of Bar Leaders; New Jersey State Bar Association; New York County Lawyers Association; New York State Bar Association, Commercial and Federal Litigation Section (Committee on Antitrust Litigation); Puerto Rican Bar Association; Queens County Bar Association; Queens County Women’s Bar Association; Staten Island Women’s Bar Association

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Section of Antitrust Law

    Page Count

    106

    Product Code

    CE1709ANN03OLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    8/11/2017 12:00:00 AM

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