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The Future of Competition Enforcement: Keynote Remarks by Bernard Nigro

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Release Date: 05/18/2020

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This past February, panelists at the George Mason Law Review’s Twenty-Third Annual Antitrust Symposium explored the robust debate surrounding the direction of antitrust law.

Bernard Nigro, Jr, Deputy Assistant General for the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice delivered the opening remarks for the Symposium.

Tune in to today’s episode to hear his remarks, and learn how the words of Wayne Gretzky can help us determine what the future of competition enforcement should look like.