Dina Kallay is the head of Antitrust of Ericsson where she covers the American and Asian continents and also advises on Intellectual Property matters. Prior to joining Ericsson in 2013, Dina served over six years as Counsel for Intellectual Property and International Antitrust at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”). As Counsel for I.P. at the FTC, Dina focused on worldwide antitrust-intellectual property matters, including standard-setting issues, as well as on Asian and multilateral competition matters. She worked closely with the three Chinese antimonopoly agencies and has also spent a year with the FTC Bureau of Competition, working on antitrust conduct and merger enforcement matters in high-tech industries. Prior to joining the FTC, Dina practiced antitrust and intellectual property law at a couple of law firms, most recently with the Washington DC office of Howrey LLP. She also worked as in-house antitrust counsel for Microelectrónica Española, where her work focused around the I.P. policy of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). Before that she clerked at the European Commission Directorate General for Competition (DG COMP) unit for Information Industries and Consumer Electronics, where she worked on antitrust investigations and policy matters involving intellectual property. Ms. Kallay holds a doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School, where her doctoral dissertation focused on antitrust-IP interface issues, and was later published as a book - The Law and Economics of Antitrust and Intellectual Property (Edward Elgar, 2004). Dina has written and spoken extensively on antitrust and intellectual property, and has also taught both subjects as an adjunct professor at the Hebrew University and Bar Ilan University. She is a member of the District of Columbia, New York, England and Wales (Solicitor) and Israel bars.