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"Attempts by the incoming administration to broker merger deals or directly negotiate merger concessions signal a fundamental disregard for the law and for due process. Antitrust enforcers play the important role of referee in protecting competition and our market system. Every consumer, producer, competitor, and customer should be able to count on a fair, predictable, and transparent process for government review of mergers. The end-runs that we are seeing in key mergers such as Monsanto-Bayer not only abuse the process, they imperil our markets, our economy, and our society.”  
- American Antitrust Institute President Diana Moss

The American Antitrust Institute and Navigant Economics are hosting a Healthcare Roundtable on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. Experts from government, academia, industry, and advocacy will gather to discuss major competition enforcement and policy issues facing the healthcare industry. 

On January 6, AAI President Diana Moss joined the American Medical Association’s annual State Legislative Strategy Conference in Florida to moderate the panel "Challenges of and Remedies for a Rapidly Consolidating Healthcare Marketplace." 

The AAI announced today that Eduardo Pérez Motta, former chairman of the Mexican Federal Competition Commission and former chair of the International Competition Network, will deliver the keynote luncheon address during the AAI International Antitrust Roundtable on Wednesday, February 8, in Washington, D.C. The agenda and overview are available here.

Leaders from the international antitrust community will speak at the AAI International Antitrust Roundtable on Wednesday, February 8, in Washington, D.C. The agenda and overview are available here. The confirmed speaker lineup includes: