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The New York State Bar Association Antitrust Symposium will address the proper application of the rule of reason to restraints that affect price, costs, efficiency, quality, and non-economic values. As part of the program, NERA Senior Vice President Dr. Graeme Hunter will participate in a mock DOJ meeting to argue whether or not a case should be brought related to a fictitious college sports league that will restrict payments to students and distribute revenues among colleges. The session will assess the restrictions in light of the decisions in NCAA v. Board of Regents and O’Bannon V. NCAA. Dr. Hunter’s role will be to defend the restrictions and argue that a case should not be brought. Based on the presentations they hear, the audience will decide whether a case should be brought.

For more information, please visit the NYSBA website.