Is Clayton Section 7 Adaptable to Deal with New Economy Markets? Should it be Extended to Innovation Markets or Future Markets?

    Is Clayton Section 7 Adaptable to Deal with New Economy Markets? Should it be Extended to Innovation Markets or Future Markets?
    CLE 90 min

    Is Clayton Section 7 Adaptable to Deal with New Economy Markets? Should it be Extended to Innovation Markets or Future Markets?

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    • Recording date: December 4, 2014
    • Product Code: CE1412NEMUMB
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    Enforcement of Section 7 of the Clayton Act, which requires predictions of competitive efforts, has followed the uneven evolution of economic theory over the last century. Drawing on lessons from the milestones of merger policy, the panelists will debate whether Section 7 needs to be modified in order to account for new economy markets. For example, panelists will debate whether or not Section 7 should apply to innovation markets or whether markets that have not recognized any revenues are even appropriate candidates for review under Section 7.

    This program is part of the Clayton Act 100th Anniversary Symposium. Other programs in this series include:

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Howard Feller

    Panelists

    Jonathan M Jacobson, Ramsey D Shehadeh, Richard J Gilbert, Susan S DeSanti

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Section of Antitrust Law

    Product Code

    CE1412NEMUMB

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    12/4/2014 12:00:00 AM

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