In concentrated markets, one would expect oligopolistic or parallel pricing; it is not illegal.

Using a bot to do that just makes the process more efficient. With the ever increasing use of price-setting algorithms and bots to set prices, what can companies do to keep their bots out of the crosshairs of regulators?

Please join Kelley Drye Partner David Evans for a discussion on price-setting bots. The webinar will cover the antitrust issues surrounding price-setting bots and summarize significant new developments.

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