What to Do When Antitrust Enforcers Come Calling

18 May 2011 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT

Victor L. Morales
(202) 293-4103, ext. 369

Do you know how to react when government antitrust enforcers come calling? This program provides practical guidance to protect your company's interest while ensuring you respond in a manner that comports with all applicable legal obligations.

Government antitrust investigations can take many forms, from "dawn raids" probing for potentially criminal activity, grand jury subpoenas, or civil investigations targeting your company, to inquiries seeking market information to assist the agency with an investigation focused on other parties.

In today's world, many investigations are global, and your strategy for responding to investigations in different regions must be closely coordinated. Moreover, decisions made at the very beginning of the investigation may have important implications later in the process, and your company will continue facing important strategic and tactical choices throughout the whole case.

This program will help you identify what is at stake, will describe the tactical and strategic choices that you will face as the investigation unfolds, and will help you navigate through a complex set of often contradictory interests.


  • Rony Gerrits
    Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Bradley Lui
    Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Norman M. Brothers, Jr.
    Vice President & Practice Group Coordinator
    UPS Legal Department

ACC will provide CLE credit.




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