FTC Hearing 11: March 26 Session 1 Opening Remarks by Cmr. Phillips followed by Implications of Different Legal Traditions and Regimes for International Cooperation, Remarks by Cmr. Wilson

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The FTC held a hearing on its role in a changing world March 25-26, 2019 at the FTC's headquarters in Washington, DC, as part of its Hearings initiative.

This is a video recording of the morning session which includes:

  • Welcome by the FTC's Randolph Tritell, Director of the Office of International Affairs
  • Opening remarks by FTC Commissioner Noah Joshua Phillips [ends 15:47]
  • Presentation on the Implications of Different Legal Traditions and Regimes for International Cooperation by Roger Alford, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice
  • Panel discussion on Implications of Different Legal Traditions and Regimes for International Cooperation
  • Remarks by FTC Commissioner Christine Wilson on Promoting Sound Policies for the Next Decade
  • Panel discussion on Promoting Sound Policies for the Next Decade.

This Hearing gathered information from experts concerning the implications of international developments on the FTC's work.

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