Reconciling Competition and Consumer Protection in Health Care

Chicago, IL
20 September 2016
Hosted By: The American Bar Association Section of Antitrust and Loyola University Chicago School of Law

The interdisciplinary program brought together thought leaders in health law, medicine, and economics to examine how antitrust and consumer protection succeed and fail in the health care sector. NERA President Dr. Lawrence Wu was a featured speaker in the discussion, "How Much of Health Care Antitrust is Really Antitrust?” Dr. Wu was joined by co-panelists Roxane C. Busey with Baker & McKenzie LLP, and Lawrence E. Singer and Spencer Weber Waller from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

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