In the wake of a major courtroom ruling against Microsoft Corp., Diane and her guests discuss antitrust law and how it will evolve in the increasing globalization of the economy. Planned topics include an explanation of antitrust law and its history in the U.S., analysis of how the laws function internationally when the jurisdictions of two or more countries overlap, plus opinions on how quickly emerging economies should adopt their own antitrust policies.


  • Charles James Antitrust attorney
  • Richard Parker Director of the Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission
  • Andrew Gavil Professor of law at Howard University Law School
  • Armando Rodriguez Economist with KPMG


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