Join the Pricing Conduct Committee!
The Pricing Conduct Committee addresses the legal implications
of all varieties of pricing conduct, including price
discrimination arising under the Robinson-Patman Act,
resale price maintenance, below-cost pricing, bundled
pricing, conditional pricing, parallel pricing, price signaling,
and deceptive price advertising, just to name a
few. With over 500 members, the Committee strives to
provide content representative of the diverse perspectives
of its members, including by addressing issues relevant
to antitrust and consumer protection practitioners from
around the world, attorneys representing both the defense
and plaintiffs’ bar, government attorneys, in-house
lawyers, economists, and law students.