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Our Panelists:

Joshua D. Wright, University Professor of Law, George Mason University Scalia School of Law
Corbin K. Barthold, Internet Policy Counsel and Director of Appellate Litigation, TechFreedom

Description:
Antitrust “reformers” insist that big corporations’ abuse of power and the accompanying societal ills compel abandonment of the consumer-welfare standard in favor of a vague structuralist test. But as our panelists will explain, history and economic theory dictate that deep-pocketed, well-connected special interests can and will exploit the increased discretion a pliable standard affords regulators. Such an outcome, they will contend, will serve neither consumers nor other intended beneficiaries of a Neo-Brandeisian approach to antitrust.

Documents:

Walmart v. DOJ Corbin Barthold slides

Walmart v. DOJ Competition Policy International April 2018 Dorsey/Rybnicek/Wright article