CGL Attorneys Join Distinguished Panelists at the American Economic Liberties Project Anti-Monopoly Summit
On May 4, two CGL attorneys, Victoria Sims and Amanda Lewis, joined distinguished panelists and speakers, including FTC Chair Lina Khan, Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Kanter and Senator Amy Klobuchar, at the American Economic Liberties Project Anti-Monopoly Summit, in Washington, DC. The panels included private and public sector enforcers, policymakers and members of the business community, discussing the issues and challenges involved in tackling dominant firms in today’s marketplace. Ms. Sims sat alongside public sector enforcers Brian Young and Chris D’Angelo, and General Counsel of National Community Pharmacists Association Matt Seiler, on the Access to Justice panel, which discussed questions surrounding the pursuit of litigation against dominant corporations. Ms. Lewis spoke in her capacity as Director of U.S. competition Policy for the Responsible Online Commerce Coalition (ROCC) on the Access to Markets: Opposing Power Buyers panel, alongside Chris Jones, Max Miller, Antonio Ciaccia and Kathryn Judge. The panel addressed policy issues concerning abuse of buyer power by companies like Amazon.