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    Are You Ready for Some Football (and Antitrust)?! What Does the NFL Sunday Ticket Litigation Bode for Competitor Collaborations?

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    35 years after the Supreme Court's seminal decision in NCAA v. Board of Regents, the Ninth Circuit's recent decision in the NFL Sunday Ticket litigation has reignited a fundamental debate about the nature and scope of competitor collaborations as well as the appropriate analytical framework. Our panel will address the key issues at the heart of the Ninth Circuit's opinion and debate the merits of the case.

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    Speakers:
    Tasneem Chipty, Maxtrix Economics
    James Keyte, Brattle Group
    Matthew Mitten, Marquette University Law School
    Steve Ross, Penn State Law School

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    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Dec 09, 2019

    2019-12-09T12:00:00-05:00 2019-12-09T13:00:00-05:00 Are You Ready for Some Football (and Antitrust)?! What Does the NFL Sunday Ticket Litigation Bode for Competitor Collaborations?

    35 years after the Supreme Court's seminal decision in NCAA v. Board of Regents, the Ninth Circuit's recent decision in the NFL Sunday Ticket litigation has reignited a fundamental debate about the nature and scope of competitor collaborations as well as the appropriate analytical framework. Our panel will address the key issues at the heart of the Ninth Circuit's opinion and debate the merits of the case.

    Speakers

    James Keyte

    The Brattle Group

    Matthew Mitten

    Marquette University Law School

    Stephen Ross

    Pennsylvania Penn State

    Tasneem Chipty

    Matrix Economics

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