Friend of the Court?: Assessing the Continued Vitality of DOJ's Amicus Program

ABA Antitrust Law Section and Exemptions and Immunities Committee

03 Feb 2022 02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m. EST

In recent years, DOJ has filed amicus briefs asserting its position on several hot button issues in high profile antitrust cases. With a change in administrations and leadership in the Antitrust Division, where will the amicus program go next?

On Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 2 p.m. ET, Morrison & Foerster partner David Shaw will participate virtually in the “Friend of the Court?: Assessing the Continued Vitality of DOJ's Amicus Program” panel.

Sponsored by the ABA Antitrust Law Section and ABA Exemptions and Immunities Committee, the panel will include Stephen Medlock from Mayer Brown LLP as moderator, and Zina Bash, partner at Keller Lenkner, and they will examine the Department of Justice’s position on several high-profile antitrust cases through the amicus program.

CLE is not available.



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