Speech given by Alden Abbott in Japan
Workshop on Protecting Consumer Interests in Class Actions
Good Morning and welcome to the Federal Trade Commission’s workshop on Protecting Consumer Interests in Class Actions.
I would like to extend a special welcome to our fellow enforcers in the states and also recognize our distinguished members of the judiciary who are with us today:
Regarding the Bureau of Economics Staff Study "The Petroleum Industry: Mergers, Structural Change, and Antitrust Enforcement"
American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law, held in connection with the Annual Meeting of the Association on August 7, 2004
Remarks before the International Association of Privacy Professionals
San Francisco, California
Last week, Chairman Muris issued a statement in his capacity as an individual member of the Commission to criticize a recent GAO report on petroleum industry mergers.
The American Antitrust Institute's Roundtable Discussion on Antitrust and Category Captains, in Washington, D.C. on May 17, 2004 and also on June 23, 2003
Remarks before the 2004 Joint Government Affairs Conference, Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation, the Association of National Advertisers, and the American Association of Advertising Agencies
It is a pleasure to be here today to discuss consumer protection issues currently before the Federal Trade Commission. Let me start by mentioning that my remarks this morning reflect solely my views and do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission or any other Commissioner.
Second Annual Meeting of the International Industrial Organization Conference, downtown Northwestern University
Remarks before the Seoul Competition Forum 2004
Seoul, Republic of Korea
For the Conference "Ideas into Action: Implementing Reform of the Patent System" Bancroft Hotel
The 52nd Annual ABA Antitrust Section Spring Meeting
ALI-ABA Course of Study, Product Distribution and Marketing
The 2004 Antitrust Conference: Antitrust Issues in Today's Economy" sponsored by the Conference Board, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
New York, NY
Before George Mason Law Review 2004 Symposium on Antitrust and Consumer Protection Competition, Advertising, and Heath Claims: Legal and Practival Limits on Advertising Regulation
the Workshop on Horizontal Merger Guidelines, Federal Trade Commission/Department of Justice
It is a great pleasure to welcome so many prominent practitioners, academics, and enforcement officials to discuss the Horizontal Merger Guidelines and the impact they have on antitrust enforcement, not only at the federal level, but also in the states and internationally. Today, over 60 countries have merger control regimes and the influence of the Guidelines can be seen almost everywhere.(1)
American Bar Association Economics Committee Brown Bag, at the Offices of LECG
1725 I Street N.W., Washington, DC 20006