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Antitrust and Silicon Valley: New Themes and Direction in Competition Law and Policy

March 1, 2019 • Santa Clara, CA

Starts: 9:00 AM (PST)
Ends: 6:00 PM (PST)
Site: Santa Clara University School of Law
Address: 500 El Camino Real, Charney Hall, Santa Clara, CA 95053

This event will take place in Charney Hall, in the Panelli Court Room, rooms 103 and 104.
This day long symposium will feature well-known antitrust and competition lawyers, experts and scholars.

There will be a continental breakfast served in the earlier portion of the day, lunch served in the afternoon, and a reception after the event with food and drinks.

The program will qualify for 7 hours of continuing legal education and 1.5 hours of ethics credit under the California MCLE regulations.

Topics covered:

The authors and presenters will address a number of contemporary and challenging issues facing antitrust lawyers, judges, and policy makers. These topics include:
  • Concept of dominance in technology fields such as search engines and platform markets;
  • Platform markets and two-sided markets;
  • Intellectual property and its interface with antitrust law;
  • Competition and collusion issues in markets for pharmaceutical products; and
  • How antitrust effects “gig economy” markets.
Counsel Rob McNary will moderate "Panel IV: Competition Law Policy and Issues of Enforcement" at 2:30 pm.
Official Event Website
Crowell & Moring Participant(s):
Robert B. McNary
Counsel – Los Angeles
Phone: +1 213.443.5590
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