Section 2 Symposium
We are pleased to announce the next Truth on the Market online symposium:
Section 2 and the Section 2 Report:
Perspectives and Evidence
We have an incredible line up of participants for the symposium, and we (modestly) believe that this will be the most significant online antitrust event to date.
The proceedings will begin on May 4 and continue officially through May 6. Of course it is the nature of blogs that the content and the discussion may carry on indefinitely in the comments, and we hope this symposium will stand as an important resource for some time to come.
We’ve organized the symposium across the three days so that each day will have a different emphasis. The first day, Monday the 4th, we’ll discuss some introductory themes and set the context with some more-broadly-oriented perspectives on the Section 2 Report, including the enforcement perspective from inside the antitrust agencies and economists’ views, among others. The second day, Tuesday the 5th, we’ll devote to the general Section 2 standards debate. And we’ll finish up on Wednesday the 6th focusing on specific substantive areas, tracking the Section 2 Report and its substantive content in greater depth and detail.
We will look forward to seeing and hearing from the participants, and an engaging ongoing discussion.
Alden Abbott, Associate Director, Bureau of Competition, FTC
Tim Brennan, University of Maryland
Dan Crane, Cardozo Law School (soon to be University of Michigan Law School)
David Evans, LECG and University College London and University of Chicago Law School
Herbert Hovenkamp, University of Iowa Law School
Keith Hylton, Boston University School of Law
Bruce Kobayashi, George Mason Law School
William Kolasky, WilmerHale and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, DOJ
Thom Lambert, University of Missouri Law School and Truth on the Market
Tad Lipsky, Latham and Watkins and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, DOJ
Geoffrey Manne, LECG and Lewis & Clark Law School and Truth on the Market
Howard Marvel, Ohio State University
Bill Page, University of Florida Law School
Michael Salinger, Boston University, LECG and former Director, Bureau of Economics, FTC
Josh Wright, George Mason Law School, former FTC Scholar in Residence and Truth on the Market