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Have We Exceeded the Limits of Antitrust?

This conference is the latest in an annual international competition law conference series co-hosted by the International Center for Law & Economics (ICLE) and the Centre for Business Law and Practice at the University of Leeds, UK.

The theme of this year's conference is the modern relevance and future direction of Chicago School antitrust, and an assessment of the growing opposition to it.

We are seeking approval to offer 9 CLE credit hours in VA.




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In addition to an assessment of the influence of the Chicago School and related economic movements on antitrust, the event will address the scope of antitrust on both sides of the Atlantic; the contours of the consumer welfare standard (and whether it differs in the US and the EU); the growing “populist antitrust” movement to imbue competition policy with broader, social objectives; and the relationship between all of these and the modern, platform economy.




This popular conference series provides a platform for scholars, regulators, and practitioners from both sides of the Atlantic to exchange views and develop their thinking on important aspects of competition law.
Information about last year’s event can be found here.
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