What attorneys and companies need to know about the increasing interplay between these critical areas of the law.
Highly publicized cases and investigations in the U.S. and Europe of big technology, e-commerce, and social media companies demonstrate how anti-competition laws are being used to scrutinize and challenge not only how these corporations conduct themselves in the marketplace, but the very core of their colossal success: the mass collection and utilization of user data.
Are the privacy and antitrust worlds beginning to cross over? Or do they simply run parallel while addressing entirely different types of conduct? Whatever the answer, data is the raw material that drives the likes of Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon, so how it is handled is a critical question when counseling clients on mergers and acquisitions. Learn more from these experienced professionals.
Daniel J. Mogin | Managing Partner, MoginRubin LLP
Jennifer M. Oliver, CIPP/US | Partner, MoginRubin LLP
Thomas N. Dahdouh | Director, Western Region, Federal Trade Commission
Franklin M. Rubinstein | Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Randi W. Singer, CIPP/US, CIPT | Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Dina Srinivasan | Independent Researcher & Author of The Antitrust Case Against Facebook
Dina was unable to present but we thank her for her content contributions.
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