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Antitrust in Life Sciences

"Antitrust in Life Sciences - 3rd Annual Edition” Conference organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Bates White, Cornerstone Research, Dechert, Gibson Dunn et Morrison & Foerster.

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Panel 1 - Mergers in the Health Sector

Thomas DeMatteo

This panel will focus on the significant increase in hospital merger activity over the past decade, the issues relating to pharmaceuticals but also of the impact of new developments.

Martin Gaynor

In every country, healthcare is a very important sector. In the US, one dollar out of every five is spent on healthcare. The money that is spent in this sector has an impact on health, productivity, and quality of life. The US relies on markets for the provision and financing of healthcare. Therefore, the healthcare system can only work if the markets support it. Currently, the markets do not work as well as they should. Indeed, prices are high and are rising, there is too little organizational innovation. It is a stagnant sector.

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  • Dechert (Washington)
  • Morrison & Foerster (New York)
  • Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer (Washington)
  • Teva Pharmaceuticals (Parsippany)
  • United Kingdom’s Competition Authority (CMA) (London)
  • Bates White (Washington)
  • Gibson Dunn (New York)
  • International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)
  • Office of the New York State Attorney General (Albany)
  • Boston University - Questrom School of Business
  • University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School (Philadelphia)
  • US Department of Justice (Washington DC)
  • Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh)
  • Wisconsin Department of Justice (Madison)
  • Cornerstone Research (San Francisco)