Federal Trade Commission Hosts Seventh Session of Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection at Howard Law School
Howard University School of Law is co-sponsored a very important session of the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C.
The seventh session of the FTC’s hearing on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century were held in the Moot Court Room at the Howard University law school campus.
“Howard University School of Law was honored to co-host the FTC hearings dealing with algorithms, artificial intelligence, and predictive analytics,” shared Dean Holley-Walker.
“We were pleased to welcome academics, lawyers, technologists, scientists, and economists to Howard’s campus to reflect on the way market structure and competition will be impacted by the technology of the future,” Dean Walker added.
The FTC Hearings Initiative is a series of public hearings examining whether broad-based changes in the economy, evolving business practices, new technologies, or international developments might require adjustments to competition and consumer protection law, enforcement priorities, and policy.
The full agenda featuring top legal experts can be found here.