CLE Webinar: Discussion of Anti-Monopolization Laws in the Digital Age

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Lowey Dannenberg invites lawyers and interested members of the public to a webinar that will discuss the future of anti-monopolization laws in the United States. In particular, the discussion will focus on a Senate legislation, the Anticompetitive Exclusionary Conduct Prevention Act of 2020 (AECPA), that proposes dramatic changes in how the antitrust laws deal with firms that have market power. The legislation is perceived to be in response to growing concerns over the abuse of monopoly power in the digital age.

The webinar will feature Barbara Hart, President and CEO of Lowey Dannenberg, Harry First of New York University School of Law, Marina Lao of Seton Hall University School of Law, Robin Adelstein of Norton Rose Fulbright, and Erica Weisgerber of Debevoise & Plimpton as an expert panel of leading academics and practitioners who will debate the potential impact of the legislation.

The event is sponsored by the Unilateral Conduct and Legislative Committees of the New York State Bar Association. Registration and more information are now available on NYSBA’s website. Lawyers can obtain 1.0 CLE credit from this webinar.