Nuts & Bolts Program: Market Definition
12 PM EDT
In this program, a panel of experts will introduce participants to probably the most difficult area of antitrust theory for new practitioners: market definition. The program will begin with the basics of market definition’s place in applying federal antitrust law, including tests for market definition. Then we will discuss tools for market definition, and how market definition is litigated. Finally, the panelists will discuss variations on basic market definition, including price-discrimination markets, two-sided/platform markets, and innovation markets. There will be time for questions from the audience.