EVENT UPDATE: Competition Law & Patent Assertion Entities: What Antitrust Enforcers Can Do

BY CCIA Staff
June 20, 2013

CCIA and The American Antitrust Institute will be hosting a panel discussion event, “Competition Law & Patent Assertion Entities: What Antitrust Enforcers Can Do” this Thursday at the National Press Club. With a special keynote address by FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez, our panel of government enforcers, industry veterans, and antitrust experts will be discussing the unique role antitrust regulators can play in combating the growing problem of patent troll.
Can’t make it in person today? Watch our live webcast or follow @PatentProgress as they live-tweet the event #PAEantitrust.
EVENT DETAILS:
WHAT: “Competition Law & Patent Assertion Entities: What Antitrust Enforcers Can Do”
WHERE: National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW
WHEN: Thursday, June 20, 2013
TIME: 12:00pm – 2:30pm
 
PANELISTS:
Ed Black, President and CEO, Computer & Communications Industry Association
Michael Carrier, Professor, Rutgers School of Law
Bert Foer, President, The American Antitrust Institute
Lisa Kimmel, Attorney Advisor, Office of Chairwoman Ramirez, Federal Trade Commission
Frances Marshall, Special Counsel for Intellectual Property, Legal Policy Section, Department of Justice, Antitrust Division
Paul Saraceni, Senior Vice President and Chief Intellectual Property Officer, RPX Corporation
 
RSVP at: http://PAEantitrustpanel.eventbrite.com

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