17th Annual George Mason Law Review Antitrust Symposium February 13
The 17th Annual George Mason Law Review Antitrust Symposium will be held on Thursday, February 13, 2014. Due to the expected inclement weather, the event location has been changed to Le Méridien Arlington. This year's topic is "The FTC: 100 Years of Antitrust and Competition Policy." The conference is organized by the Mason Law Review and sponsored by the Law & Economics Center.
In commemoration of
the Federal Trade Commission's centennial, the Symposium will focus of the
FTC's unique contributions to the development of antitrust policy. The
Symposium will feature an opening keynote address by FTC Chairwoman Edith
Ramirez and a keynote lunch panel featuring several former FTC Chairs including
Jon Leibowitz, Timothy J. Muris, James C. Miller III, and Deborah P. Majoras.
The remainder of the day will consist of panel discussions on the Commission's
rule in several developing areas of antitrust and will feature The Honorable
Douglas H. Ginsburg, Commissioner Julie Brill, Commissioner Maureen K.
Ohlhausen, and Commissioner Joshua D. Wright.
For those unable to attend, the program can be viewed via live webcast, Thursday, February 13, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. In order to view the webcast, you will need to visit the event website and fill out a registration form. You will receive an email the morning of Thursday, February 13, with instructions on viewing the webcast.
Registration to attend the live program is closed.