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Current Issues in Monopolization                                                         

Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018
Running Time: 01:26:01

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Taken from the Web Program Developments in Antitrust Law & Regulation 2018 Recorded April 2018 in New York

Current Issues in Monopolization [01:26:01]

  • What’s new in Section 2? Who’s at risk for a claim?
  • What are the elements and how are courts interpreting them?
  • Important monopoly case law update
  • How have standards of “anticompetitive conduct” changed?
  • How do you define relevant markets and market power?
  • IP and antitrust law: Unilateral conduct explored
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Speakers: Daniel G. Swanson

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  • Daniel G. Swanson and Cynthia E. Richman, Monopolization and Attempted Monopolization (2018)
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    Daniel G. Swanson
Daniel G. Swanson ~ Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
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