- Laila Haider / Edgeworth Economics
- Jay Ezrielev / Federal Trade Commission
- Shireen Meer / Berkeley Research Group
- Loren Smith / The Brattle Group
Presented by the Economics Committee
Basic economic precepts are indispensable to effective antitrust arguments. Yet, economists’ use of increasingly sophisticated theories and methodologies stretches the capacity of lawyers and courts to properly apply their conclusions. Four distinguished economists will discuss economic principles and the value to lawyers of keeping pace with the state-of-the-art economic thinking.