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Antitrust Institute 2013: Developments & Hot Topics

Released on: May. 21, 2013
Running Time: 12:48:33

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:58:44] Cartels and Other Horizontal Relationships Saul P. Morgenstern ~ Kaye Scholer LLP
Jennifer B. Patterson ~ Kaye Scholer LLP
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[01:02:14] Monopolization Daniel G. Swanson ~ Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
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[00:59:56] Evolving Standards on Resale Price Maintenance, Tying and Other Vertical Restraints: Do We Still Have to Treat Vertical Restraints as a Serious Issue? J. Thomas Rosch ~ Former Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Latham & Watkins LLP
Holly A. House ~ Paul Hastings LLP
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[01:00:41] Current Legal Problems at the Interface of IP Law and Competition Law Robert P. Taylor ~ RPT Legal Strategies LLP
Gil Ohana ~ Senior Director, Antitrust and Competition, Cisco Systems, Inc.
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[01:01:28] What Lawyers Need to Know about International Antitrust Law Janet L. McDavid ~ Hogan Lovells US LLP
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[01:16:14] Dealing with Enforcement Issues and Opportunities J. Thomas Rosch ~ Former Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Latham & Watkins LLP
Renata B. Hesse ~ Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal and Civil Operations, U.S. Department of Justice
Richard A. Feinstein ~ Director, Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission
Patricia A. Conners ~ Associate Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General of Florida
Molly S. Boast ~ Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
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[01:45:17] Discrimination in Price and Promotions Harvey M. Applebaum ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Harvey I. Saferstein ~ Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
Deena Jo Schneider ~ Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
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[01:01:45] Corporate Compliance and Ethics Theodore L. Banks ~ President, Compliance & Competition Consultants, LLC, Scharf Banks Marmor LLC
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From mergers and acquisitions to enforcement priorities, resale price maintenance to international competition, you can be certain to hear about all of the developments in antitrust law at this program led by top experts in the field.  Hear from leading antitrust practitioners, senior government officials, and state regulators about how to manage all of the challenges new developments might throw your way.  Whether you are a seasoned antitrust practitioner or just a beginner, this program will equip you with practical knowledge you can rely on daily.

Lecture Topics  [Total time 12:48:33]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Introduction* [00:04:21]
  • Cartels and Other Horizontal Relationships [01:58:44]
    Saul P. Morgenstern, Jennifer B. Patterson
  • Monopolization [01:02:14]
    Daniel G. Swanson
  • Evolving Standards on Resale Price Maintenance, Tying and Other Vertical Restraints: Do We Still Have to Treat Vertical Restraints as a Serious Issue? [00:59:56]
    Holly A. House, J. Thomas Rosch
  • Acquisitions and Mergers [01:18:41]
    Yvonne S. Quinn
  • Workshop: Antitrust Cases in the New Litigation Environment [01:19:12]
    J. Robert Robertson, Nathan P. Eimer
  • Current Legal Problems at the Interface of IP Law and Competition Law [01:00:41]
    Robert P. Taylor, Gil Ohana
  • What Lawyers Need to Know about International Antitrust Law [01:01:28]
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Dealing with Enforcement Issues and Opportunities [01:16:14]
    J. Thomas Rosch, Molly S. Boast, Patricia A. Conners, Richard A. Feinstein, Renata B. Hesse
  • Discrimination in Price and Promotions [01:45:17]
    Harvey M. Applebaum, Harvey I. Saferstein, Deena Jo Schneider
  • Corporate Compliance and Ethics [01:01:45]
    Theodore L. Banks

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Relationships Among Competitors
    Robert P. Taylor, Roxane C. Busey
  • Cartels and Other Horizontal Relationships (March 11, 2013)
    Jennifer B. Patterson, Saul P. Morgenstern
  • Monopolization and Attempted Monopolizations
    Daniel G. Swanson
  • Evolving Standards on Resale Price Maintenance, Tying and Other Vertical Restraints: Do We Still Have to Treat Vertical Restraints as a Serious Issue?
    Holly A. House
  • Developments in the Law of Vertical Restraints: 2013
    J. Thomas Rosch
  • The Evolving Face of Vertical Restraints
    Alan H. Silberman
  • Acquisitions and Mergers: An Overview 2012–2013
    William F. Dolan
  • U.S. Antitrust Enforcers Embrace Catchphrase: ‘Litigation-Ready’
  • Negotiating Merger Remedies: Statement of the Bureau of Competition of the Federal Trade Commission (January, 2012)
    Richard A Feinstein
  • Bureau of Competition Production Guide: An eDiscovery Resource (January 27, 2012)
  • FTC Finalizes Procedure Changes to Streamline Agency Investigative Processes and Keep Pace with Technology (September 20, 2012)
  • Electronic Discovery at the Antitrust Division: An Update (March 29, 2012)
  • Electronic Production Letter Using Load Files (January 4, 2008)
  • Questionnaire on Electronically Stored Information (March 17, 2011)
  • Direct Access Letter Agreement
  • The Uneasy Co-Existence of Intellectual Property Rights with Antitrust Law
    Robert P. Taylor
  • Antitrust Competition and Economic Regulation E-Alert: COMESA—New Pan-African Merger Control Regime (February 11, 2013)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Chinese Cartel Busters Impose Record Fines on Foreign LCD Makers (January, 2013)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Antitrust, Competition & Economic Regulation: Stark Reminder of Merger Control Rules from the EU’s General Court (December 13, 2012)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Antitrust, Competition & Economic Regulation: European Commission Flexes Its Cartel Enforcement Muscles (December 7, 2012)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Hong Kong Enacts Competition Law (July, 2012)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • New Filing Form to Increase Burden in Chinese Merger Control Process
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Antitrust Competition and Economic Regulation E-Alert: Brazil—New Merger Control Regime (June 1, 2012)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • German Court Excludes Third Party Access to Leniency Applications in Cartel Cases (February 6, 2012)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Holding Parents Liable in the EU for the Wrongdoings of Their Joint Ventures (February 3, 2012)
    Janet L. McDavid
  • State Antitrust Enforcement (May, 2013)
    Patricia A. Conners
  • Robinson-Patman Act: Buyer Liability, Discrimination in Promotional Allowances and Services, and Brokerage (February, 2013)
    Harvey M. Applebaum
  • Pricing and the Robinson-Patman Act
    Theodore L. Banks
  • An Overview and Update of the Federal and State Law of Price Discrimination
    Harvey I. Saferstein
  • Corporate Antitrust Compliance and Ethics
    Theodore L. Banks
  • Do We Still Have to Treat Vertical Restraints as a Serious Issue? Evolving Standards on Tying and Exclusive Dealing (May, 2013) (Powerpoint Slides)
    Holly A. House

Presentation Material

  • Cartels and Other Horizontal Relationships
    Saul P. Morgenstern, Jennifer B. Patterson
  • Monopolization
    Daniel G. Swanson
  • Evolving Standards on Resale Price Maintenance, Tying and Other Vertical Restraints
    Holly A. House
  • Acquisitions and Mergers
    Yvonne S. Quinn
  • Workshop: Antitrust Cases in the New Litigation Environment
    Nathan P. Eimer
  • Workshop: Antitrust Cases in the New Litigation Environment: Merger Litigation
    J. Robert Robertson
  • Current Legal Problems at the Interface of IP Law and Competition Law
    Robert P. Taylor, Gil Ohana
  • What Lawyers Need to Know About International Antitrust Law
    Janet L. McDavid
  • Discrimination in Price and Promotions
    Harvey M. Applebaum, Harvey I. Saferstein, Deena Jo Schneider
  • Corporate Compliance and Ethics
    Theodore L. Banks
Co-Chair(s)
Yvonne S. Quinn ~ Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
J. Thomas Rosch ~ Former Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, Latham & Watkins LLP
Harvey I. Saferstein ~ Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
Speaker(s)
Harvey M. Applebaum ~ Covington & Burling LLP
Theodore L. Banks ~ President, Compliance & Competition Consultants, LLC, Scharf Banks Marmor LLC
Molly S. Boast ~ Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP
Patricia A. Conners ~ Associate Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General of Florida
Nathan P. Eimer ~ Eimer Stahl LLP
Richard A. Feinstein ~ Director, Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission
Renata B. Hesse ~ Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal and Civil Operations, U.S. Department of Justice
Holly A. House ~ Paul Hastings LLP
Janet L. McDavid ~ Hogan Lovells US LLP
Saul P. Morgenstern ~ Kaye Scholer LLP
Gil Ohana ~ Senior Director, Antitrust and Competition, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Jennifer B. Patterson ~ Kaye Scholer LLP
J. Robert Robertson ~ Hogan Lovells US LLP
Deena Jo Schneider ~ Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
Daniel G. Swanson ~ Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Robert P. Taylor ~ RPT Legal Strategies LLP

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