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Friday, October 16, 2020

CPI and CCIA Live: Oct. 20 – Back to the Future: In Need of a New Antitrust Framework?

Oct. 20 – Back to the Future: In Need of a New Antitrust Framework?

Antitrust in an Election Year:
Challanges Ahead


This month, CPI has teamed up with the CCIA to organize a series of special sessions on the most pressing challenges for antitrust practitioners as we approach the U.S. presidential election. Over the next 2 weeks, our invited expert panels will explore the some issues for the future of U.S. antitrust, and their global impact.

The “Antitrust in An Election Year” law & economics sessions will run from October 20-29, as four separate virtual events.

As a companion to this series of panel discussions, CPI, in collaboration with POLITICO’s Leah Nylen, will hold a series of short interviews with top figures in regulation and antitrust enforcement, probing their in-depth knowledge of the issues and providing insight and context to help inform the larger discussion of the day.

See below to register for the sessions & learn more here.

Session 1
October 20, 2020, 12:00 pm ET / 8:00 am PT

| Back to the Future: In Need of a New Antitrust Framework?


Register for Session 1

Other Confirmed Speakers

  • Makan DELRAHIM
  • David EVANS
  • Leigh FREUND
  • Renata HESSE
  • Diana MOSS
  • Nikhil SHANBHAG
  • Darren TUCKER
  • Christopher YOO
Register here

Other Sessions
October 22-29, 2020, 12:00 pm ET / 8:00 am PT

| Digital Advertising & Antitrust

| Digital Platforms: In Need of Regulation?

| Open v. Close Ecosystems from an Antitrust Perspective


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