Inaugural Conference ‘Beyond Dynamic Competition’

 

Inaugural Conference ‘Beyond Dynamic Competition’

Symposium ‘Beyond Dynamic Competition’, forthcoming in Vol. 86 of the Antitrust Law Journal

April 25, 2024

 

The George Washington University
Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st St., NW
Washington, DC 20052

 

Our Fireside Chats

 

Fireside Chat with Susan Athley

Fireside Chat with Adam Cella

 

Introducing Our Conference

 

Aurelien Portuese Gives Introductory Remarks

Lee Greenfield Gives Opening Remarks

 

Presentations at Our Conference

 

Aurelien Portuese Discusses His Work “Dynamic Competition As Double-Edged Sword”

 
 
 
 
We encourage you to download the presentation “Dynamic Competition As Double-Edged Sword” here (link coming soon).

 

Herbert Hovenkamp Discusses His Work “Potential Competition”

 
 
 
We encourage you to download the presentation “Potential Competition” here (link coming soon).
 
 
 

 

Richard Gilbert and Douglas Melamed Discuss Their Work “Antitrust for Innovation: A Progress Report”

 

 

We encourage you to download the presentation "Antitrust for Innovation: A Progress Report" here (link coming soon).

 

 Christopher Yoo Discusses His Work “Big Data and Competition Law: Lessons from Innovation Markets”

 

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “Big Data and Competition Law: Lessons from Innovation Markets” here (link coming soon).

 

Jorge Padilla and Koren Wong-Ervin Discuss Their Recommendations for Dynamic Competition & Antitrust 

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “Dynamic Competition and Antitrust: The Past, the Present, and Recommendations for the Future” here (link coming soon).

 

Salil Mehra Discusses His Work on Antitrust and Generative Artificial Intelligence

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “When Dynamic Competition and Static Competition Merge: Antitrust, Innovation Questions and the Case of Generative Artificial Intelligence” here (link coming soon).

 

David Teece Discusses His Work on ‘Monopoly’ and Market Power in the Digital Economy

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “Understanding Dynamic Competition: Perspectives on ‘Monopoly’ and Market Power in the Digital Economy” here (link coming soon).

 

Lawrence Landman Discusses His Work on Allowing the Merger Guidelines to Protect Innovation

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “Refining Future Potential Competition: The Doctrine Allowing the Merger Guidelines to Protect Innovation” here (link coming soon).

 

Pierre Larouche Discusses His Work “Disruptive Innovation and Antitrust”

 

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “Disruptive Innovation and Antitrust” here (link coming soon).

 

Thomas Nachbar Discusses His Work “Politically Dynamic Competition”

 

We encourage you to download the presentation “Politically Dynamic Competition” here (link coming soon).

 

Interview With Adam Cella and Bill Kovacic On Their Fireside Chat

 

 

Robby Robertson Gives Closing Remarks at the GW CIL Inaugural Conference

 

 

Agenda

Time Session
8:30 AM Registration and Coffee
9:00 AM

Welcome
Aurelien Portuese, Research Professor and Founding Director, GW Competition & Innovation Lab, The George Washington University

9:15 AM Opening Remarks
Lee Greenfield, Editorial Board Chair, Antitrust Law Journal; Partner, WilmerHale
9:30 AM

“Dynamic Competition As Double-Edged Sword”
Aurelien Portuese

Discussant: Elyse Dorsey, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

10:00 AM

“Potential Competition”

Herbert Hovenkamp, James G. Dinan University Professor, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Discussant: Kristen Limarzi, Partner, Gibson Dunn; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

10:30 AM

“Antitrust for Innovation: A Progress Report”

Richard J. Gilbert, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of California Berkeley; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

A. Douglas Melamed, Visiting Fellow, Stanford Law School; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

Discussant: Georgiana Pop, World Bank

11:00 AM

“Big Data and Competition Law: Lessons from Innovation Markets”

Christopher Yoo, John H. Chestnut Professor of Law, Communication, and Computer & Information Science, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Michael Buchwald, Law Clerk to the Hon. Michael M. Baylson, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Calvin Ketchum, Associate, Davis & Gilbert

Discussant: Emily Walden, Director, NERA

11:30 AM Coffee Break
12:00 PM

“Dynamic Competition and Antitrust: The Past, the Present, and Recommendations for the Future”

Jorge Padilla, Chair, Compass Lexecon EMEA; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

Koren Wong-Ervin, Antitrust Partner, Jones Day; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

Douglas Ginsburg, Judge, US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit; Professor, George Mason University

Discussant: Abraham Song, Assistant Professor, Pepperdine University

12:30 PM

“When Dynamic Competition and Static Competition Merge: Antitrust, Innovation Questions and the Case of Generative Artificial Intelligence”

Salil K. Mehra, Professor of Law, Temple University Beasley School of Law

Discussant: Emilie Feyler, Senior Consultant, NERA; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

1:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM

Fireside Chat

Susan Athley, Chief Economist, DOJ's Antitrust Division, and Aurelien Portuese, GWU

2:30 PM

“Understanding Dynamic Competition: Perspectives on ‘Monopoly’ and Market Power in the Digital Economy”

David Teece, Thomas W. Tusher Professor in Global Business at the University of California Berkeley

Discussant: Cristian Hernandez, Director, NERA

3:00 PM

“Refining Future Potential Competition: The Doctrine Allowing the Merger Guidelines to Protect Innovation”

Lawrence Landman, Senior Vice President, Lateral Link’s Bridgeline Solutions

Discussant: Oscar Borgogno, Italian Central Bank

3:30 PM

“Disruptive Innovation and Antitrust”

Pierre Larouche, Faculty of Law, University of Montreal; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

Alexandre de Streel, Professor of European Law, University of Namur; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

Discussant: Chris Stomberg, Managing Director, NERA; Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

4:00 PM

“Politically Dynamic Competition”

Thomas Nachbar, F.D.G. Ribble Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law

Discussant: Rafael Parisi, Senior Fellow, GW Competition & Innovation Lab

4:30 PM

Fireside Chat

Adam Cella, Chief Counsel, US House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary, and Bill Kovacic, Professor, GW Law School

5:00 PM

Closing Remarks

Robby Robertson, Executive Editor, Antitrust Law Journal, American Bar Association

5:10 PM Cocktail Reception

 

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