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Competition concerns in the age of AI


Henry Hauser

Henry Hauser is counsel in Perkins Coie’s antitrust and litigation practice groups and has significant experience working on matters related to antitrust investigations and litigation under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act and Section 7 of the Clayton Act.

Shylah Alfonso

Shylah Alfonso is Firmwide Chair of Perkins Coie’s Antitrust & Unfair Competition Litigation Practice focusing on antitrust counseling and litigation, antitrust clearance for mergers and acquisitions, class action and complex commercial litigation, and intellectual property and fair, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory (FRAND) litigation.

Chris Williams

Chris Williams is a partner at Perkins Coie focusing on antitrust issues related to commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A); joint ventures and other strategic collaborations; licensing of intellectual property; and pricing, supply, and distribution agreements.

Antitrust is the engine of free enterprise: it shapes countless lines of commerce, from tech to toilets, beer to baseball and healthcare to hardware. Antitrust drives price, quality, variety, innovation and opportunity.
Today, artificial intelligence is rapidly changing how businesses sense, reason and adapt in the market. Across every industry, companies are leveraging machine learning to derive valuable insights without ex …

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