James Keyte | Director, Fordham Competition Law Institute
Opening Keynote Discussion: US/EU, A Transatlantic Gap?1:30pm
Christine Wilson | Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC*
Paul Csiszár | Director, Antitrust Unit Pharma and Health services, European Commission - DG COMP, Brussels*
Discussant: Dr. Lisa Cameron | Principal, The Brattle Group, Boston
Panel 1: Generics Exclusion: What Conduct Crosses the Lines? - Product Hopping, Patent Settlement, Class Certification...2:00pm
Elinor Hoffmann | Deputy Chief, Antitrust Bureau, Office of the NY State Attorney General, New York
Eric Stock | Partner, Gibson Dunn, New York
Jeffrey Bank | Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Washington, DC
Mark Gidley | Partner, White & Case, Washington, DC*
Christine Siegwarth Meyer | Managing Director, NERA Economic Consulting, White Plains
Moderator: Martin Gaynor | Professor of Economics & Health Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
Panel 2: Do Pharmaceutical Mergers Harm Consumers?3:15pm
Max Miller | Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust, Office of the Iowa State Attorney General, Des Moines
Marc Brotman | VP & Assistant General Counsel, Chief Antitrust Counsel, Pfizer, New York
Patricia Danzon | Professor of Healthcare Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
George Rozanski | Partner, Bates White, Washington, DC
Moderator: To be confirmed
Panel 3: The Counsel’s Perspective: How to ensure Antitrust Compliance?4:30pm
Ryan Foley | Sr. Corporate Counsel, Antitrust Americas, Novartis, New York
Brian Savage | General Counsel, US Generics, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Parsippany
Christine White | Vice President - Legal Affairs, Northwell Health, New York*
Moderator: Arthur Burke | Partner, Davis Polk, New York*
Closing Keynote Discussion5:30pm
Gail Levine | Deputy Director, Bureau of Competition, US Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC
Scott Hemphill | Professor of Law, New York University School of Law, New York
* To Be Confirmed
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