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Utah Project on Antitrust & Consumer Protection

Darren Bush, Mark Glick, and Hal Singer are doing a great job with the Utah Project on Antitrust & Consumer Protection. On Friday, October 28, they organized the conference, The New Merger Guidelines: Controlling Case Law and New Economics at the University of Utah.

We examined the DOJ and FTC’s proposed new Merger Guidelines in light of modern economics and relevant controlling caselaw, weighing in on ways to improve antitrust merger enforcement.

Darren Bush moderated our panel, with John Newman (in his first conference since leaving the FTC as Deputy Director Bureau of Competition), Spencer Webber Waller, Elettra Bietti, and Jack Kirkwood.

Great conference, with the first snow on the mountains in the background.

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