On Thursday, June 18, the AAI’s 16th Annual Conference, Antitrust and the 2016 Presidential Transition, will undertake an expansive critical examination of the modern antitrust enterprise. The event is part of AAI’s larger effort to formulate a comprehensive set of policy recommendations to the 45th President of the United States.
The Annual Conference will explore pathways to, and the reforms needed to create effective, progressive, consumer-oriented antitrust policy from three perspectives: (1) the core competition policies reflected in modern case law and economic analysis; (2) the institutions of antitrust enforcement and policymaking, including the Federal Trade Commission, U.S. Department of Justice, State Attorneys’ General, and Congress; and (3) the successes and failures of antitrust as applied in the nation’s critical business sectors and industries.
The Annual Conference plenary and breakout sessions will evaluate the substantive legal, economic, business, and institutional analysis that lies behind each segment of the 2016 Transition Report.
This conference will be of special interest to practitioners, government enforcers, scholars, businesses, public interest organizations, and everyone with a stake in the success and successful reform of the antitrust laws during the next presidential administration.
$500.00 All Day Tuition
$150.00 Government and Academic
$0 Advisory Board or Media
Thank you for Supporting this Program:
Adams Holcomb LLP
Bates White Economic Consulting
Blecher & Collins
Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC
Committee to Support Antitrust Laws
Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca
Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Gustafson Gluek PLLC
Nathan Associates, Inc.
National Beer Wholesalers Association
Spector Roseman Kodroff & Willis
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