2006 Archive


Boalt and École des Mines de Paris Co-host Antitrust Symposium

Boalt’s Berkeley Center for Law & Technology and the École des Mines de Paris are co-hosting in Paris on January 12-13 a two-day symposium, “Balancing Antitrust and Regulation in Network Industries: Evolving Approaches in Europe and United States.” Professor Howard Shelanski co-organized the conference with François Lévêque, a frequent visiting professor at Boalt. Distinguished legal and economic scholars will convene in Paris to compare approaches to antitrust and regulation on both sides of the Atlantic. Participants will include legal experts and practitioners from the European Union and the United States. Shelanski, a specialist in antitrust and securities and Associate Dean of Boalt’s J.D. program, will participate in the closing roundtable discussion, “ Should Network Industries Have Sector-Specific Merger Policy?” 1/11/2006