This symposium, jointly sponsored by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law and Columbia University School of Law, will dissect the role of competition and consumer protection in financial services as the industry enters a new stage. Panels will focus on (1) the role of competition in the financial sector in a Dodd-Frank era; (2) mergers in the banking industry and the extent to which size matters; (3) consumer protection in the financial sector and its implications for competition; and (4) the effectiveness of antitrust enforcement in the financial sector.

Take advantage of a unique opportunity to hear some of the nation’s best minds tackle the most vital issues at the intersection of law and the economy—in one day, free of charge. This symposium promises to be singularly informative and thought provoking for anyone with an interest in antitrust law, consumer protection, financial services, and what happens when they meet.

Panelists will include Richard Steuer, Chair of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law and Partner at Mayer Brown LLP.

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