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ABA Antitrust Law Podcast: Who Does Antitrust Work For? An Exploration of Labor AntitrustNovember 2, 2020
While antitrust is usually focused on consumers, the effects of competition on workers have recently come into focus in antitrust scholarship, policy, and enforcement. In this episode of the ABA Antitrust Law Section’s Our Curious Amalgam podcast, O’Melveny counsel Sergei Zaslavsky and co-host John Roberti welcome Boston College Law professor Hiba Hafiz for a discussion on the budding prominence of labor antitrust and what to expect looking ahead. Their conversation explores how labor antitrust applies in various contexts and the tensions courts are navigating when applying consumer-focused antitrust doctrine to cases involving workers.
Listen to the full episode here.
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