Antitrust Law Institute (48th Annual)

5/21/2007

Litigation

San Francisco, CA

Penelope A. Preovolos

Penelope A. Preovolos

Speaking Engagement

Why You Should Attend

Because merger and non-merger enforcement and litigation are active at the state and federal level, your company or client expects you to keep current on the latest cases, rulings and trends.

This year's Institute will examine - with emphasis on basic principles and current developments - the elements of antitrust violations involving competitors, the legality of various restraints on customers and suppliers, current merger risks, the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property law, competitor collaborations, possible changes in the law of vertical restraints and the strategies and priorities of the antitrust enforcers. Hear from nationally-known practitioners and key government regulators.

What You Will Learn

  • Pending cases and recent decisions addressing standards for rule of reason analysis, conspiracy, joint ventures, resale price maintenance, tying, price discrimination and merger analysis
  • How to deal effectively with government investigations
  • Current areas of federal and state enforcement interest, including health care, competitor collaborations, intellectual property and technology restraints, and parallel conduct in concentrated industries
  • Antitrust risk for leading firms: Uncertain standards for "dominant" firms 
  • Collaborations with competitors: Avoiding antitrust pitfalls
  • Antitrust compliance and business ethics
  • Update on current international developments - what you need to know!
  • Standard-setting: Current trends
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  • Opportunity to hear directly from antitrust regulators on key issues

Who Should Attend

This program is intended for in-house corporate counsel and attorneys in government and private practice.

For more information, including how to register, please click here.

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