University of Chicago - Gleacher Center

Mark McLaughlin, partner in the Chicago office, will co-present the "Managing Litigation Risks: HYPOTHETICALS" Session at 3:45 p.m on June 4th. Other conference topics to be covered include:

  • Recent Supreme Court and lower court decisions addressing the new pleading standards for conspiracy and standards for per se and rule of reason treatment
  • Latest developments affecting joint ventures, resale price maintenance, tying and bundling arrangements, monopolization, attempted monopolization, mergers, joint ventures, and price discrimination
  • How to deal with government investigators in both civil and criminal matters
  • How to deal with private treble damage antitrust litigation, including class actions that follow a Department of Justice criminal investigation or case
  • Current areas of state antitrust law enforcement by State Attorneys General
  • Current areas of foreign antitrust law enforcement, including recent actions by the European Union antitrust authorities, and the antitrust authorities of Japan, Korea, and other nations
  • Antitrust compliance and business ethics
  • International developments-what you need to know
  • Impact of the new Supreme Court direction on antitrust law

Mark McLaughlin

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The Practicing Law Institute

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