December 6 Heritage Foundation Program on IP Rights, Competition, and Due Process Overseas: Attend or Watch

Alden Abbott —  28 November 2016

In recent years, aggressive antitrust enforcement overseas has increasingly targeted some of America’s most successful and innovative companies, such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Qualcomm.  Inadequate foreign due process and insufficient protection for American intellectual property rights are a feature of many foreign antitrust actions, which threaten to undermine key American producers – harming U.S. workers and the U.S. economy.

On December 6, the Heritage Foundation will convene a lunch-time panel of experts (12-1:00 pm), including current and former top government officials, who will explore the nature of this new challenge to American competitiveness and discuss what the Trump Administration should do to confront this growing problem.  Please feel free to attend this program in person, or watch it streamed live at Heritage.org.  A link providing information about this high profile event is here.

Alden Abbott

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I am a Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. I write on antitrust, domestic and international regulatory policy, and law and economics. I am an Adjunct Faculty Member at George Mason Law School.