Recent calls for antitrust investigations into the activities of large tech companies have sparked calls for greater regulation of these companies from politicians, business leaders, public policy organizations, and average citizens. Should we break up big tech companies? How should big tech companies be regulated? Professor Donald Polden will lead a broad ranging discussion with a panel of experts in antitrust law on the competition issues facing tech companies and ideas for how to regulate them.
Katrina Rouse, DOJ-ATR
Dina Srinivasan, Author
Lisa Tenorio-Kutzkey, DLA Piper
Jacob Snow, ACLU of Northern California
Don Polden, Dean Emeritus, Professor of Law
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This event is co-sponsored by the High Tech Law Institute, the Law and Business Society, the High Tech Law Journal at Santa Clara Law, and Womble Bond Dickinson.