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    Two-Sided Markets in Modern Antitrust: Beyond Ohio v. American Express

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    Join our panel of antitrust lawyers and economists as we discuss the current state of antitrust law’s understanding of two-sided markets.  While the Supreme Court is focused on a particular type of two-sided market in Ohio v. American Express, the panel will discuss broader issues relating to two-sided markets and how they should be analyzed for antitrust purposes.  Questions will likely include: do two-sided markets create specific effects that can be identified across different types of cases? How should antitrust enforcers analyze output in “markets” that often appear as if out of thin air? What does the role of multihoming play in an antitrust analysis?

    FREE:  Antitrust Section Members, Government, Non-profit Employees, Students.  $25.00 Other Non-Members

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    Two-Sided Markets in Modern Antitrust: Beyond Ohio v. American Express

    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Feb 15, 2018

    2018-02-15T13:00:00-05:00 2018-02-15T14:00:00-05:00 Two-Sided Markets in Modern Antitrust: Beyond Ohio v. American Express

    Join our panel of antitrust lawyers and economists as we discuss the current state of antitrust law’s understanding of two-sided markets.  While the Supreme Court is focused on a particular type of two-sided market in Ohio v. American Express, the panel will discuss broader issues relating to two-sided markets and how they should be analyzed for antitrust purposes.  Questions will likely include: do two-sided markets create specific effects that can be identified across different types of cases? How should antitrust enforcers analyze output in “markets” that often appear as if out of thin air? What does the role of multihoming play in an antitrust analysis?

    FREE:  Antitrust Section Members, Government, Non-profit Employees, Students.  $25.00 Other Non-Members

    Explore Section benefits or call 1-800-285-2221 to join. Code RAT14IP25.   For this and all upcoming events visit http://ambar.org/atevents.
     
    CLE
    The ABA is not seeking CLE credit for this program.

    Audio Archive: Provided all releases are obtained, MP3 recordings of this program will be available to Section members on the Committee Program Audio page.

     

    Speakers

    Andres Lerner

    Compass Lexecon

    Daniel Walker

    Berger and Montague PC

    Kelly Fayne

    Latham & Watkins LLP

    Steven Salop

    Georgetown University Law Center

    Sponsors

    Federal Civil Enforcement

    Section of Antitrust Law

    Co-sponsors

    Mergers and Acquisitions

    State Enforcement Committee

    Moderators

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