Chicago, Thursday, February 5, 2009
Registration: 1:00 p.m.
Program: 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Cocktail reception following program
Location: Mayer Brown, 33rd Floor, 71 South Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL
In these uncertain times, increasingly coordinated global antitrust enforcement dictates that companies refresh their compliance strategies and be prepared to defend vigorously against allegations of wrongdoing.
Mayer Brown's Antitrust & Competition practice is holding two complimentary roundtable programs focusing on the areas of cartel enforcement and civil litigation, merger review and compliance, including an analysis of the likely changes the new administration will bring to these enforcement areas.
The roundtable discussion will include such topics as:
- Similarities and differences among US and European competition law regimes and their leniency programs
- A case study of scenarios that can arise in a cross-border investigation
- Defending civil litigation prompted by government investigations
- Handling simultaneous cartel investigations and private antitrust damage actions in multiple jurisdictions
- An overview of the US merger review process and revised merger procedures
- A review of recent significant merger enforcement investigations and cases
- The potential impact of the new US administration on cartel investigations, mergers, unilateral conduct and other areas of antitrust law
Robert E. Bloch - Partner Washington, DC
Andres Font Galarza - Partner Brussels
Christopher J. Kelly - Partner Washington, DC
Donald C. Klawiter - Partner Washington, DC
Jonathan L. Lewis - Partner Chicago
Andrew S. Marovitz - Partner Chicago
Terri A. Mazur - Partner New York
Britt M. Miller - Partner Chicago
Scott P. Perlman - Partner Washington, DC
Richard M. Steuer - Partner New York
CLE credit is pending.
For questions regarding the program, please contact Erin Johnson at email@example.com or +1 202 263 3086.