On Monday, March 3, 2008, the American Antitrust Institute hosted its 8th Annual Energy Roundtable: The Role of Competition in Ensuring Future Resource Adequacy in U.S. Electricity Markets.
On Monday, December 10, 2007, the American Antitrust Institute hosted an Invitational Symposium on the Future of Private Antitrust Enforcement in Washington D.C.
AAI's Annual Conference on "The Future of Monopoly and Monopolization" was held on June 21, 2007
AAI's multidisciplinary invitational symposium will focus on new thinking surrounding buying power. How should buying power be identified and characterized? Under what circumstances should this power be restrained by antitrust intervention? Does the antitrust community need to re-think its current reluctance to question what happens in vertical relationships? We will hear presentations from eminent legal, economic, and marketing experts who will be followed by a two-hour facilitated discussion. The papers were published by The Antitrust Bulletin for the fourth consecutive year.
AAI's 7th annual Energy Roundtable Workshop: "Lessons Learned from Electricity Restructuring" took place on March 5, 2007 in Arlington, VA.
AAI held an Invitation Symposium "The Future of Aftermarkets in Systems Competition" on Tuesday, June 20, 2006 at the The National Press Club, Washington, DC
Framing the Day
8:45-9:00 Welcome - Albert Foer, President, American Antitrust Institute
9:00-9:30 Aftermarkets, Systems, and Antitrust - an overview by Gregory
Gundlach, Visiting Eminent Scholar of Wholesaling, University of North
Illustrative Industry Profiles
The AAI 's Energy Roundtable Workshop on The Future of Electricity Competition took place January 24, 2006, in Arlington, VA.
On November 8, 2005, the AAI conducted an invitational symposium in Washington, DC, for 90 experts and stakeholders.
Highlighting one of the hottest issues in antitrust law, the American Antitrust Institute’s 6th annual conference focuses on antitrust remedies. The AAI conference takes place as antitrust remedies are coming under renewed scrutiny from antitrust practitioners and critics. For example, the Antitrust Modernization Commission is currently reviewing key remedial issues such as treble damages and consumer class actions.