National Association of Attorneys General Centennial Symposium

October 9, 20075:30pm
Renaissance Hotel in St. Louis, MO
One Hundred Years of State Antitrust Enforcement

The symposium marks the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of state Attorneys General, who met in early October, 1907 in St. Louis.

In honor of NAAG's 100th Anniversary, the Centennial Symposium will feature some of the most prominent antitrust scholars in the country, former chairs of the NAAG Multistate Antitrust Task Force, including Wiggin and Dana Partner Robert M. Langer, as well as a luncheon address by Thomas Barnett, Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust at the U.S. Department of Justice and a keynote address by the Honorable Pamela Jones Harbour, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. The Symposium will cover the history and development of state antitrust enforcement and antitrust law during the past 100 years and future directions for state antitrust enforcement.

The Rise of State Antitrust Enforcement at the End of the 20th Century
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

  • Moderator: Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden
  • Andrew Miller, Powell Goldstein, LLP, former Attorney General of Virginia
  • Laurel Price, Attorney Advisor to Commissioner Harbour, Federal Trade Commission, former Chair, NAAG Multistate Task Force
  • Robert M. Langer, Wiggin and Dana, former Chair, NAAG Multistate Task Force

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