Speaking Engagement

2021 Antitrust West Coast Conference

23 Jun 2021 - 25 Jun 2021

Click here to register; by June 18th for a special 30% discount.

The 2021 Antitrust West Coast Conference is a three-day virtual conference that takes place on June 23–25, 2021, bringing together hundreds of current and former government officials, antitrust and competition enforcement professionals, and top legal minds to share practical insights and address global challenges on a unique West Coast platform.

Alex Okuliar, co-chair of MoFo’s Global Antitrust Law Group and former U.S. Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, will participate on the “Is Antitrust Headed for Globalization?” panel at 9:00 a.m. PT on Friday, June 25. His panel will answer the questions: Will the United States and European Union align their approaches? Will developments in the EU have ripple effects across Asia and other nascent national authorities? The Australian experiment: Will the payment for content conversation become global? What does it all mean for businesses?

Megan Gerking, partner in MoFo’s Global Antitrust Law Group, will participate on the “Compliance – Key Practical Insights” panel at 10:10 a.m. PT on Friday, June 25. Her panel will discuss key challenges that can occur when navigating a patchwork of jurisdictions, building compliance programs that stand up internally and in court, and determining what approaches in-house practitioners should take when counseling their stakeholders in the current environment.

Click here to view the conference agenda. If you are interested in attending, please email Chenile Clark.



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