Antitrust is usually focused on consumers, but increasingly, effects of competition on workers have been a focus of scholarship, policy, and enforcement. What is behind the growing prominence of labor antitrust, and what can we expect going forward? Hiba Hafiz, a professor at BC Law, joins Sergei Zaslavsky and John Roberti to discuss how labor antitrust applies in different contexts and the tensions courts are grappling with in applying consumer-focused antitrust doctrine to cases involving workers. Listen to this episode for an engaging introduction to this important topic.
Hiba Hafiz, Professor, BC Law
Hiba Hafiz, Labor’s Antitrust Paradox
DOJ and FTC 2016 Antitrust Guidance for HR Professionals
John Roberti, Allen & Overy and Sergei Zaslavsky, O’Melveny & Myers