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The case for expert witnesses keeping it simple in antitrust cases; and Asean’s competition challenge
02 April 2021 00:00
Expert witnesses that struggle to converse in a way that is accessible to both judges and juries and who can’t write a report that doesn’t run into thousands of pages may be doing more harm than good to the antitrust case they are supporting. According to a judge who spoke at a recent American Bar Association antitrust conference, the quality of an expert witness can make or break a competition lawsuit. Also on today’s podcast, the case for Southeast Asian countries to work together in regulating both international and home-grown digital companies.
Comprehensive coverage of this week’s American Bar Association Antitrust Law Virtual Spring Meeting,
Questions have been raised and discussed in various webinars and online conferences organized separately by antitrust regulators in Asia.