On Wednesday, March 18, our fellow law-and-economics-focused brethren at George Mason’s Law and Economics Center will host a very interesting morning briefing on the intersection of privacy, big data, consumer protection, and antitrust. FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen will keynote and she will be followed by what looks like will be a lively panel discussion. If you are in DC you can join in person, but you can also watch online. More details below.
Please join the LEC in person or online for a morning of lively discussion on this topic. FTC Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen will set the stage by discussing her Antitrust Law Journal article, “Competition, Consumer Protection and The Right [Approach] To Privacy“. A panel discussion on big data and antitrust, which includes some of the leading thinkers on the subject, will follow.Other featured speakers include:
Allen P. Grunes
Founder, The Konkurrenz Group and Data Competition Institute
Executive Vice President, Compass Lexecon
Darren S. Tucker
Partner, Morgan Lewis
Director, Economic and Technology Strategies LLC
Moderator: James C. Cooper
Director, Research and Policy, Law & Economics CenterA full agenda is available click here.