United States v. American Express: Competition at the Point of Purchase
2 PM EDT
Following a lengthy trial, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York has issued its decision addressing AMEX’s rules that limit merchants' ability to steer consumers' payment decisions at the point of purchase. The panelists will discuss the legal arguments and economic theories considered by the Court, debate the merits of the parties' positions, and analyze the impact of the recently issued decision.
Moderator: Bill Katz, Thompson & Knight LLP
* Thomas P. Brown, Paul Hastings LLP
* Henry B. McFarland, Economists Inc
* Tracey Kitzman, Friedman Law Group LLP
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