Antitrust in Dynamic Settings
Antitrust enforcement has been criticized for over-emphasizing static aspects of competition while under-playing more dynamic aspects. This session will ask if enforcement could productively focus more on longer-term aspects of competition, or whether that would open the door to speculation and inconsistency in enforcement decisions.
Panel 1: The Economics of Competition in a Dynamic Setting
- Donald Stockdale, Bates White (moderator)
Joseph Farrell, University of California, Berkeley; Bates White
- Nancy Rose, Department of Justice; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Howard Shelanski, Office of Management and Budget; Georgetown University
Michael Whinston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bates White
Panel 2: Dynamic Effects in Antitrust, before Agencies and Courts
- Randal Heeb, Bates White (moderator)
Susan Creighton, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Richard Feinstein, Boies, Schiller & Flexner
William Kolasky, Hughes Hubbard & Reed
John Read, Department of Justice
Edith Ramirez, Chairwoman, Federal Trade Commission
For the full text of Chairwoman Ramirez's speech, please see the FTC's website.
Location and timeline
The Willard InterContinental
1401 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20004
Dinner and keynote address
Registration is complimentary. To attend the 2015 Hal White Antitrust Conference, please email Bates White Events or call 202.216.1801.