The Digital Ecosystem: Innovation and Competition
On September 28th, 2022, LeadershIP hosted an in-person discussion with leading experts and policy makers on competition and regulation in digital markets.
While the European Union is preparing to enforce the Digital Markets Act, there is ongoing discussion in the United States regarding how to address regulatory concerns related to digital markets, with various legislative proposals on the table. What are the broader implications of the Digital Markets Act? What is the best path forward for the United States?
EU DMA vs. US Legislative Proposals: Lessons and Path Forward
In record time, the European Union passed the Digital Markets Act (DMA)— legislation that imposes obligations and prohibitions on some of the world’s largest digital platforms. Meanwhile, in the United States, there seems to be general agreement that policy action is needed, but debate still continues as to what the appropriate legislative measures are. The discussion premiered June 30th.
Cutting-edge policy issues at the intersection of Innovation, Intellectual Property, and Competition
On April 5, 2022 LeadershIP hosted a dialogue amongst scholars, policy makers, and industry experts on cutting-edge policy issues at the intersection of Innovation, Intellectual Property, and Competition.
Discuss. Debate. Unite. Lead.
Scholars, practitioners, and policy influencers working together to promote progress
LeadershIP was launched in 2014 to unite leading experts on IP and innovation issues at the intersection of research, policy, and industry. We bring together panels of experts who analyze and convey these intricate IP and antitrust concepts that underline innovation and innovation policy.
As the preeminent conference in these areas, we recognize our role and our responsibility to facilitate a balanced and empirically driven dialogue. Above all, we work to share information and promote progress.