loader from loading.io

US Supreme Court Roundup of the 2019-2020 Term

The Marketplace of Ideas

Release Date: 07/24/2020

Privacy, Antitrust, and Big Tech show art Privacy, Antitrust, and Big Tech

The Marketplace of Ideas

Should privacy be a goal of antitrust? To what extent do firms compete over privacy? And how does privacy regulation impact competition?

info_outline
US Supreme Court Roundup of the 2019-2020 Term show art US Supreme Court Roundup of the 2019-2020 Term

The Marketplace of Ideas

On Thursday, July 23 the Law & Economics Center hosted a panel discussion titled, “US Supreme Court Roundup: Civil Justice and Other Economics-Related Issues from the 2019-2020 Term.” Listen in as our panel of experts provide analysis on some of the most important decisions released by the Court across its past term from the LEC’s recent “US Supreme Court Roundup” webinar.

info_outline
EU vs. US: Competing Approaches to Antitrust and Innovation show art EU vs. US: Competing Approaches to Antitrust and Innovation

The Marketplace of Ideas

In the face of new digital technologies, including the cloud and mobile devices, are the EU and the US so different in their competition laws? Whose influence has reached farther across other foreign jurisdictions, and how high are the stakes?

info_outline
A Conversation with FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips on Privacy, Remedies, and Rulemaking show art A Conversation with FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips on Privacy, Remedies, and Rulemaking

The Marketplace of Ideas

Listen is as James Cooper and FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips discuss a range of issues currently facing the Federal Trade Commission, including the FTC’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic to the intersection between privacy and antitrust.

info_outline
Tort Liability for Businesses During COVID-19 show art Tort Liability for Businesses During COVID-19

The Marketplace of Ideas

In our June 2020 webinar co-sponsored with Scalia Law’s C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State panelists delve into questions regarding tort liability for businesses during COVID-19.

info_outline
The Fundamentals of the Marijuana Economy show art The Fundamentals of the Marijuana Economy

The Marketplace of Ideas

Join us for this episode of The Marketplace of Ideas as we take you back to our October Symposium on the Law & Economics of Marijuana Legalization to hear George Mason University Professor of Law Sean O’Connor discuss the “Fundamentals of the Marijuana Economy.”

info_outline
The Future of Competition Enforcement: Keynote Remarks by Bernard Nigro show art The Future of Competition Enforcement: Keynote Remarks by Bernard Nigro

The Marketplace of Ideas

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.

info_outline
Balancing Privacy and Public Health in the COVID-19 Era show art Balancing Privacy and Public Health in the COVID-19 Era

The Marketplace of Ideas

Listen in as experts from our May 14th webinar on “Balancing Privacy and Public Health in the COVID-19 Era” discuss the legitimate privacy concerns of contract tracing solutions, and offer guidance for policymakers.

info_outline
Is EU Privacy Regulation Being Exported to the US? show art Is EU Privacy Regulation Being Exported to the US?

The Marketplace of Ideas

In this episode of The Marketplace of Ideas, hear Federal Trade Commissioner Noah Philips address this question and more in his keynote from our Program on Economics & Privacy briefing held in December 2019 in Washington, DC.

info_outline
The Supreme Court Case that Never Was: Nebraska and Oklahoma vs. Colorado show art The Supreme Court Case that Never Was: Nebraska and Oklahoma vs. Colorado

The Marketplace of Ideas

In our last episode you heard panelists from our 2019 Symposium on the Law & Economics of Marijuana Legalization discuss the challenges of an industry that is decriminalized within a state, but not at the federal level.

info_outline
 
More Episodes

On Thursday, July 23 the Law & Economics Center hosted a panel discussion titled, “US Supreme Court Roundup: Civil Justice and Other Economics-Related Issues from the 2019-2020 Term.” Listen in as our panel of experts provide analysis on some of the most important decisions released by the Court across its past term from the LEC’s recent “US Supreme Court Roundup” webinar.

Our panel focused particularly on cases that are most relevant for the future of civil justice, those to which economic analysis was most influential, and those from which we should expect the greatest economic impact.