Nov 14, 2018
Platforms and platform technologies like Amazon, Google, Apple, Uber, Payment Networks and Facebook have been the subject of much regulatory focus as of late. Are potential regulations of these platforms a little too soon and a little too restrictive? Are we risking stifling innovation? Using the recent American Express anti-steering Supreme Court of the U.S. case, we explore the issues facing platforms, participants, and regulators.
My guest on the show today is Nady Nikonova. Nady is an economist and attorney in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group in the Sheppard Mullin San Francisco office. Her practice focuses on high-technology cartel and monopolization cases. She has special experience applying sophisticated economic analysis to antitrust law.
What You’ll Learn in This Episode:
Sheppard Mullin attorney profile
Nady’s article - AmEx Ruling May Have a Big Impact on Health Insurance
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