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Jonathan Kanter Discusses Future of Antitrust Enforcement in Washington Bytes Chat

June 15, 2017

Antitrust partner Jonathan Kanter participated in a Washington Bytes panel discussion, “The Future of Antitrust Enforcement: Innovation, Wage Inequality and Democracy.” Jonathan was joined by Joshua Wright, executive director of the Global Antitrust Institute at the Scalia Law School at George Mason University and former commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. The discussion covered a range of topics, including whether there is under-enforcement of innovation-based antitrust cases, whether the scope of antitrust enforcement should be expanded to address income inequality and democracy, and the future of antitrust enforcement in the Trump Administration.

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