LLoyd addresses how public and private antitrust enforcement would change if New York enacts its transformative antitrust bill.
The Williams College Class of 1969 held a Reunion Seminar on June 8, 2019 (exactly 50 years after graduating on June 8, 1969) with the subject of reexamining two books that the class had been asked to read and discuss during orientation week in September 1965.
LLoyd discusses his book, ‘Journal of the Plague Year,’ an inside account of the 16 tumultuous months preceding the resignation of former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, before an audience at The American Jewish University.
LLoyd presents his account of the former New York governor’s brief administration and resignation at a CSPAN BookTV event in Albany, NY.
In a ground-breaking case that shook the business and legal worlds to their very cores, New York-based law firm Constantine & Partners sought to end a devastating credit monopoly that personally touched millions of consumers. Its efforts culminated in the largest federal antitrust settlement in U.S. history.
Please also see Part 2 and Part 3 of Lloyd’s testimony. For additional context please view the full video of Day 4 part 3 testimony