Expedia/Orbitz Approval: What it says about travel industry competition
12 PM EST
This panel will consist of DOJ staff member and attorneys that represented the parties and third-parties in the Expedia-Orbitz merger before DOJ. We'll discuss the closing statement, competition in two-sided industries, and whether there could ever be a substantial reduction of competition in an online aggregator service similar to Expedia/Orbitz.
*Mary Anne Mason, Crowell
*Leigh Oliver, Hogan Lovells
*Tom Barnett, Covington
*Paul O'Donnell, DOJ
*Sara Razi, Simpson Thatcher
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