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 Partners August Horvath and 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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