The European Union Antitrust Case Against Microsoft and What it Means for Silicon Valley Companies
March 6, 2007 5:30pm - 8:00pm
559 Nathan Abbott Way
Reception: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m.
Program and Q&A: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
The verdict in the European Union’s Antitrust case against Microsoft is due shortly. Once it is rendered, it is sure to have implications for Silicon Valley companies and the manner in which they license and bundle their technology.
Please join us for a reception followed by a panel discussion led by a panel of attorneys, economists and academics as they analyze the European antitrust case against Microsoft and what it will mean for Silicon Valley.
- Moderator: Mark Lemley, Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology
- Tim Bresnahan, Chair, Department of Economics, Stanford University
- Tom Burt, Deputy General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation
- Ian Forrester QC, appellate co-counsel for Microsoft Corporation before the European Courts in Luxembourg
- Dr. Matthew Lynde, Ph.D. and Vice President, Cornerstone Research
- R. Hewitt Pate, former Head of the Antitrust Division, Dept of Justice; partner, Hunton and Williams
CLE Credit: 1.5 hours
- Office of Communications and Public Relations
Please register for this event at lst.stanford.edu/antitrust.