Annual Survey symposium examines antitrust developments (VIDEO)

The New York University Annual Survey of American Law presented its symposium, “Critical Directions in Antitrust,” on February 19. The event explored recent antitrust developments and the future of antitrust enforcement.

Laura Collins '10, the Annual Survey symposium editor; Harry First, Charles L. Denison Professor of Law and the Annual Survey faculty advisor; and Dean Richard Revesz made introductory remarks. First moderated the initial panel, whose topic was government enforcement. Panelists included Visiting Professor Jonathan Baker, chief economist at the Federal Communications Commission; former Visiting Professor Howard Shelanski, deputy director for antitrust at the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Economics; and former Visiting Professor Philip Weiser ’94, deputy assistant attorney general for international, policy, and appellate matters in the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division.

Eleanor Fox ’61, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation, moderated the second panel, “Antitrust and Innovation,” which included Adjunct Professor Wayne Dale Collins. Visiting Professor Daniel Rubinfeld, who is Robert L. Bridges Professor of Law and a professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley, spoke on the third panel, which dealt with private enforcement.

Posted on March 3, 2010


Watch the opening remarks and panel 1 (1 hr, 50 min):

Watch panel 2 (1 hr, 15 min):

Watch panel 3 and the closing remarks (1 hr, 11 min):