MoginRubin’s Jonathan Rubin to Speak at University of Copenhagen on U.S. Algorithmic Price Collusion Litigation

MoginRubin LLP co-founder Jonathan Rubin will address next-generation antitrust cases during a seminar titled, “EU and U.S. Antitrust Enforcement of AI Collusion,” which will be held at the University of Copenhagen June 27, 2024.

Rubin will discuss U.S. litigation involving allegations of collusion among landlords to set rental prices and hotels to set room rates. These plaintiffs face headwinds, because U.S. antitrust laws rely on a much narrower notion of “agreements” compared to the EU, making it challenging to include all forms of collusion.

Rubin is proud to participate on the faculty along with: Christian Bergqvist, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen; Kristian Storgaard, Partner at the Danish law firm Kromann Reumert; Jacob Brønnum-Schou, Head of IT at Kromann Reumert; and Erik Kjær-Hansen, a lawyer at Gorrissen Federspiel, also of Denmark. See more information about the event.

Read these posts by Rubin:

Algorithmic Price-Setting by Multiple Competitors is a U.S. Antitrust Enforcement Priority

Algorithmic Pricing Agents and Price-Fixing Facilitators: Antitrust Law’s Latest Conundrum

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