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TPI Aspen Goes Virtual: Antitrust and the FTC in the Next Administration

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Antitrust policy has become a focal point for debate over the proper role of the government in the economy. Some argue that antitrust policy has been too lax and too quick to dismiss concerns of competitors, contributing to increased concentration across the economy. Others argue that antitrust enforcement has been effective and that its focus on consumers at least partly explains why the world’s most innovative companies tend to come from the United States. The current and former FTC commissioners on this panel will discuss these and other policy issues the FTC is likely to face next year, regardless of who wins the election.

  • The Honorable Edith Ramirez, Co-Head of Antitrust and Competition and Partner in Privacy and Cybersecurity, Hogan Lovells, and former FTC Chairwoman
  • The Honorable Rebecca Slaughter, Commissioner, FTC
  • The Honorable Christine Wilson, Commissioner, FTC
  • The Honorable Josh Wright, Professor and Executive Director of the Global Antitrust Institute, George Mason University
  • Leah Nylen (moderator), Reporter, Politico

Register today to reserve your spot! To view the full list of speakers and learn more about the Forum, visit our website. And for a flashback to last year’s forum, check out artwork from our previous panel discussion on antitrust:

Up to 6 hours of CLE credits may be available with registration to this year’s TPI Aspen Forum. Application for approval for CLE credits is pending with the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board. Attorneys seeking CLE credits should contact Sarah Oh at soh@techpolicyinstitute.org for more information.

 

For Additional Information:
Jane Creel, 202-828-4405, jcreel@techpolicyinstitute.org

 

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