Fideres’s Associate, Gabriele Bortolotti, interviewed Professor Eric Posner, the Kirkland and Ellis Distinguished Service Professor of Law, University of Chicago. Gabriele, who is a University of Chicago alumnus, conducted this interview as part of the American Bar Association (ABA) Economic Ambassador Program, which he now helps coordinate. The program’s goal is to introduce recent graduates of economics programs to a broad range of antitrust and consumer protection issues and to the practitioners of these professions.
Gabriele, who took both Antitrust Law and Advanced Antitrust Law classes with Professor Posner, conducted the interview on behalf of the Unilateral Conduct Committee of the ABA. During the conversation, they discussed the role of economics in antitrust law, labor markets, and artificial intelligence.
You can read the full interview here: ABA – An Interview with Eric Posner
Gabriele joined Fideres in 2022, while completing a Master of Public Policy at the University of Chicago as a Fulbright Scholar. He specializes in market regulation, focusing on competition in digital markets. At Fideres, he has contributed to cases of price fixing, monopolization, MFN, multisided-markets, and algorithmic collusion. Before starting his Master’s program, Gabriele lived in Tokyo for five years, where he directed the monitoring and evaluation of one of Japan’s largest nonprofits. He speaks five languages, including Japanese, and is passionate about technology and innovation. Gabriele is also an “Economic Ambassador” to the Antitrust division of the American Bar Association (ABA).