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Virtual Event | Maintaining a Transatlantic Consensus on Antitrust and IP Licensing

Virtual Event | Maintaining a Transatlantic Consensus on Antitrust and IP Licensing

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, March 17.

Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Urška Petrovčič and expert panelists David Kappos, Jonathan Barnett, Dina Kallay, and Stefanie Mielert for a discussion on the future of antitrust and intellectual property (IP) rights.

In the United States and in the European Union, the courts have provided much-needed guidance regarding the interface of antitrust and patent rights—recognizing the need for a balanced approach that protects the interests of all market participants, including technology users and innovators. Public agencies on both sides of the Atlantic have adopted a similar path. These achievements are particularly timely, considering the accelerated deployment of the 5G standard across different industries. Please join our expert panel for a discussion on these developments and their implications for the future.


David Kappos

Partner, Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP & Former Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property & Director of United States Patent and Trademark Office

Dina Kallay

Head of Antitrust (IPR, Americas, and Asia-Pacific), Ericsson

Stefanie Mielert

Senior Legal Expert, Standards, IP and Innovation, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft

Jonathan Barnett

Professor of Law, Gould School of Law at the University of Southern California & Director, Media, Entertainment and Technology Law Program


Urška Petrovčič

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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