The 2018 Milton Handler Lecture: Big Data, Exclusionary Behavior and Economic Efficiency
Stream it on the web here.
Hon. Katherine B. Forrest, United States District Judge, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
During her lecture on Big Data, Exclusionary Behavior and Economic Efficiency, on May 16, 2018, Judge Forrest addressed a number of important antitrust implications raised by Big Data, including defining actionable exclusionary behavior, understanding the scope of markets and competition, and conduct that promotes or detracts from economic efficiency
These lectures are made possible by a generous endowment fund established by Professor Handler and are devoted to developments in antitrust law.
Sponsoring Association Committee:
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Committee, Stacey Anne Mahoney, Chair