United States v. American Express - Payment Card Litigation Transforms an Industry
12 PM EDT
United States v. American Express is the latest in a long line of government and civil antitrust litigations impacting the payment card industry. This panel will examine several unique Sherman Act § 1components of the decision – e.g. the role of evidence of direct anticompetitive effects in a rule of reason case. The panel will also take a critical look at how litigation has changed the payment-card industry.
Chul Pak, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
David Evans, Global Economics Group
Michele Lee, Twitter Inc.
Ryan Marth, Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi
MJ Moltenbrey, Paul Hastings
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