Donald Boudreaux will present on his theory of antitrust enforcement from the Austrian perspective arguing that antitrust law is harmful to consumers as part of the Judge Bork Memorial Lecture Series. Leslie Marx and Barak Richman will respond. For more information, please contact Om Pandya at email@example.com. Sponsored by the Law and Economics Society and the Federalist Society.
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