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Enforcement Issues and Opportunities for Antitrust Practitioners

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

HEATHER S. TEWKSBURY: Great. Well, thank you all. We're going to start with our next panel. My name is Heather Tewskbury. I'm from the law firm of WilmerHale. And I have the pleasure of, yet again, getting to moderate this panel of incredible panelists. The title of our panel is "Enforcement Issues and Opportunities for Antitrust Practitioners." And we have the heads of several enforcement agencies here to speak with you all today. First, I'd like ...

The Intersection Between Antitrust, Ethics, and Compliance        

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

HARVEY: Well thank you for-- thank you for sticking around for the last session on corporate compliance and Moore Madison, Ted Banks, who is our guru on ethics number two. He's been doing this for many number of years, says great things. He has great graphics. He does great graphics, good cartoons, and he's a wonderful guy. And he's from Chicago, and he's got his-- part of his own firm Sharf Banks and Marmor, Marmor. And he's an adjunct professor ...

Current Issues in Monopolization                                                         

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

DANIEL G. SWANSON: All right, thank you very much, Saul and Yvonne and Harvey. Thanks for having me here. Appreciate the kind words. So it is, Saul indicated the topic to lead off the day is Section 2 of the Sherman Act, which deals with monopolies. I've been asked to make a comprehensive presentation, so I thought at least time permitting, I would start at the beginning with the first recorded monopoly in human history. I'm sure someone in the audience ...

Relationships among Competitors:  Lawful Collaborations, Unreasonable Restraints and Cartels                

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

SAUL P. MORGENSTERN: Welcome back. As I mentioned this morning, and as Krista mentioned this morning, I'm Saul Morgenstern. I'm co-chair of the program with Yvonne and Harvey. And it's my turn talk to you directly today about something of substance as opposed to about the program-- relationships among competitors, lawful co-operations, and unreasonable restraints, and cartels. It's quite a mouthful. And we will cover the panoply of relationships ...

What Lawyers Need to Know About International Antitrust Law   

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

LISL J. DUNLOP: This is totally off topic. But if you're an American lawyer-- HARVEY I. SAFERSTEIN: We like to hear your accent, though. [LAUGHS] LISL J. DUNLOP: If you're an American lawyer and you give advice to a European client, that advice arguably is not protected by attorney-client privilege under European privilege rules, under [INAUDIBLE], because the attorney, the outside attorney, is not an EU attorney. HARVEY I. SAFERSTEIN: OK. All ...

Discrimination in Price and Promotions                                              

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

HARVEY I. SAFERSTEIN: Well, welcome to the Robinson-Patman segment of the program. Just think, as the other Harvey-- this is called two Harvey show. As the other Harvey will say many times to me, these used to be 2 and 1/2 hours. And in the old days, Robinson-Patman was such a predominant interest for antitrust lawyers that we had one of the largest segments in the PLI antitrust program. But Robinson-Patman-- there's the other Harvey. OK. Now, we ...

Antitrust Considerations in Acquisitions and Mergers                             

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

YVONNE S. QUINN: Good morning. Welcome back. Now, it's always fun with Dan Swanson and his great presentation on section two. I didn't used to follow him though, I think. So now I've got a hard act to follow, because he's good. But you'll hear some themes, like market definition and things that you've learned from him that I'll touch on quickly. But I'm really pleased. I'm Yvonne Quinn. I was introduced earlier. And I'm really pleased to be here ...

Evolving Standards on Resale Price Maintenance, Tying and Other Vertical Restraints                                                                 

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

CRAIG G. FALLS: So when you think about antitrust cases, the first thing that usually comes to mind are interactions between competitors. We all sort of think of the paradigmatic-type cases of price fixing or market allocation, and we think about interactions between competitors. It's not often that we think of antitrust in terms of interactions with your customers or with your suppliers or your distributors. But in fact, over the last decade or so, ...

Ethical Issues in Antitrust Investigations                                           

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

SAUL MORGENSTERN: Welcome back. It is my pleasure-- and no, you are not going to have to listen to me for another hour and a half. It is my pleasure to introduce, actually my partner, Laura Shores, also at Arnold and Porter. Laura is a trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience in complex civil and criminal matters heavily in the antitrust space and particularly in the representation of companies and individuals in antitrust matters. Laura's ...

Current Legal Problems at the Interface of IP Law and Competition Law                                                             

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Recorded on: Apr. 18, 2018

HARVEY SAFERSTEIN: Welcome back, the hardy souls coming back for the second day of the Antitrust Institute. Anybody got any questions from yesterday that are lingering? Well, this is a very special morning. We have one of the-- Robert Taylor has been doing this for as long as I have or longer, probably. We started out in San Francisco. Believe it or not, when antitrust was king, we had an antitrust conference both in San Francisco and New York. It ...


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