Antitrust is a multifaceted and complex area of law, spanning criminal enforcement, merger review and enforcement by state and federal antitrust regulators, non-merger regulatory investigations and civil litigation, private (individual and class-action) civil litigation, and client counseling on antitrust issues. Given this breadth, staying on top of key developments in antitrust law and enforcement is a challenge for even the most diligent antitrust practitioners, and it is downright daunting for general practitioners seeking to maintain a basic understanding of the state of U.S. (let alone international) antitrust law.
Never has this been more true than today. Just in the last year in the U.S. we have seen fascinating developments in antitrust litigation in the payment cards, sports, music, and other industries; important milestones in the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property law; continued aggressive criminal antitrust enforcement against both companies and individuals; and energetic regulatory review and successful blocking of mergers by federal and state antitrust enforcers. And antitrust practice and enforcement has been no less dynamic outside of the U.S.
This course, presented by Wes Powell, Matt Freimuth, Heather Schneider, and Stuart Lombardi of Willkie Farr & Gallagher, is designed to bring both generalist and specialist practitioners up to date on key recent developments and highlight trends in antitrust law that are likely to continue in 2016 and beyond.
To accomplish this, the program provides a brief, high-level overview of U.S. antitrust law and enforcement, reviews recent developments and important emerging issues across the full spectrum of U.S. antitrust law, including private and government civil litigation, criminal enforcement and merger enforcement, and addresses selected antitrust hot topics emerging outside the U.S.
I. Gain a high-level overview of antitrust law and enforcement in the U.S.
II. Learn about the key issues antitrust practitioners, enforcement agencies, and judges are grappling with today
III. Understand how to spot these key issues if and when they appear in your business and/or legal practice
Great team made dry material interesting.
excellent overview for the generalist
Great program! Lots of useful information.
All four of the presenters from Wilke Farr did an excellent job. I didn't know anything about the anti-trust area but they made it comprehensible for a novice.
Well conceived program. Very clear and informative... even for an attorney that does not practice in the area.
Thanks in particular for the introduction for generalists. This was an excellent program.
This is one of the best courses on lawline. presenters were extraordinary; knowledgeable, concise and covered a broad range of relevant topics. I cannot recommend this course more!
really good over view of topic
I do not practice in antitrust, so the introductory synopsis of antitrust law was very useful. I was also appreciative of the practical discussions applying recent antitrust cases to recent developments in the law.
Excellent presentation and informative.
A good overview of hot topics.
Excellent and timely!
Excellent and enjoyable. Thank you.
great presentation on a good topic of the day.
Very interesting with regard to trade with Europe and China
Such current coverage! The written materials are top notch.
great! best one yet.
one of the best i've seen at lawline. lots of substance and truly knowledgeable presenters with clear written materials
interesting about NCAA
Very good presentation on antitrust current issues
Very satisfied with the legal panel, the scope of the material and the review of up-to-date cases.
Simply superb with quality presentation of relevant material and potential developments
very good program, well done
Content very interesting and speakers informative
Great overview, clear presentation
All speakers, including 3 associates, were quite good. Excellent presentation all around.
Very good speakers all the way around!