"Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire" : Deceptive Conduct by Dominant Firms for Antitrust and Consumer Protection

April 18, 200710:30am
JW Marriot Hotel and The National Press DC
"Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire": Deceptive Conduct by Dominant Firms:
Implications for Antitrust and Consumer Protection

55th Antitrust Spring Meeting
April 18-20, 2007

Presented by the Consumer Protection
and Sherman Act Section 2 Committees

This session will explore the interface between the antitrust and consumer protection laws through the analysis of deceptive conduct by dominant firms under both frameworks. It will examine the objectives that each set of laws seeks to advance, their commonalities, and their conflicts.

Session Chair and Moderator:
Ankur Kapoor
Constantine Cannon PC
New York, NY

Speakers:
Robert M. Langer
Wiggin and Dana LLP
Hartford, CT

A. Douglas Melamed
WilmerHale
Washington, DC

Timothy J. Muris
O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Washington, DC

Lydia Parnes
Director, Bureau of
Consumer Protection
Federal Trade Commission
Washington, DC

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