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FTC’s Rulemaking Authority : Update Following Recent Developments

Wébinaire “FTC’s Rulemaking Authority : Update Following Recent Developments” organisé par Concurrences, en partenariat avec CCIA, avec un discours d’ouverture avec William E. Kovacic (Professeur, The George Washington University School of Law), suivi du panel avec Svetlana Gans (Associé, Gibson Dunn), John D. Graubert (Senior Counsel, Covington & Burling, Washington D.C.), Peter Swire (Holder Chair of Law and Ethics, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business | Senior Counsel, Alston & Bird), et Amanda Wait (Head of Antitrust, Norton Rose Fulbright).

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William Kovacic stated the phenomenon of adaptation by competition agencies to new requirements and its importance for the development of a regulatory system is global in scope. In this context, the 1973 National Petroleum Refiners decision has passed its expiration date as a basis to guide future rulemaking. Moreover, a cynical and dubious interpretation of the 1914 FTC legislation is that it created the highest expectations for innovative and far-reaching policymaking but did not provide the means for the FTC to achieve them.

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Speakers

  • Gibson Dunn (Washington)
  • Norton Rose Fulbright (Washington)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta)
  • Covington & Burling (Washington)
  • George Washington University - School of Law (Washington)