Sessions Information

  • January 9, 2021
    11:00 am - 12:15 pm
    Session Type: Section Programs
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    This panel will examine how antitrust law has responded to, and been affected by, crisis. COVID-19 is only the most recent crisis. Antitrust law was adopted at a time of economic crisis and has been challenged by wars, depressions, and recessions. For antitrust, these challenges have often required a reevaluation of merger standards, cartel and collaborative agreements, and individual firm pricing decisions. These problems have been faced not just in the United States but in the many other jurisdictions to which competition law has spread. Our panelists will consider antitrust responses to crises beyond COVID-19 and beyond the United States.
Session Speakers
New York University School of Law

New York University School of Law

University of Cambridge Faculty of Law

The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Engineering

Session Fees
  • [6020] Antitrust and Economic Regulation - Antitrust In--And After--A Time of Crisis: $0.00