On Friday 17 April, the British Institute's Competition Law Forum and Loyola's Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies are co-sponsoring the third in its series of Antitrust Marathons. Antitrust Marathon III is a round table discussion focused on Antitrust and the Rule of Law from a comparative perspective. It takes place at the British Consulate, Cambridge, MA, and brings together experts from Canada, the UK and the US. Antitrust Marathon III takes place the Friday before the Boston Marathon which a number of participants will run on Monday 20 April. Co-chaired by Prof Spencer Weber Waller and Dr Philip Marsden, topics include:
"Does the Rule of Reason Violate the Rule of Law?"
"Checks and Balances: European Competition Law and the Rule of Law"
"EU Competition Law and the Rule of Law II: Justice Delayed is Justice Denied"
"Does Antitrust Regulation Violate the Rule of Law?"
For more information, please contact either Spencer Weber Waller, Professor and Director, Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies, Loyola University Chicago School of Law at email@example.com or Dr. Philip Marsden, Competition Law Forum, British Institute of International and Comparative Law at firstname.lastname@example.org.