On January 23rd, for the fourth consecutive year, The Heritage Foundation will host a one-day antitrust conference that focuses on major thematic developments in domestic and international antitrust policy. The conference pulls together leaders of the antitrust bar and top current and former Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Justice Department (DOJ) officials to provide an overarching perspective of antitrust trends that will affect the business community over the next year.
This year’s program, entitled “Trump Antitrust Policy after One Year,” will as usual feature an opening keynote address by former FTC Chairman and scholar extraordinaire Professor Bill Kovacic, followed by three separate panels covering FTC, DOJ, and international developments, respectively. A light lunch will be served following the FTC panel. The program will be held in the Allison Auditorium at The Heritage Foundation headquarters in the District of Columbia.
You can find out more about the program, and register to attend, here. (If you cannot attend in person, you will be able to see it streamed online at https://www.heritage.org/events.)
I hope to see you there!