Please join Mayer Brown partners Vincent Connelly, Andy Marovitz, Mark McLaughlin and Britt Miller, along with our fellow co-sponsors, on June 7 & 8, 2012, for Northwestern Law’s Chicago Forum on International Antitrust Issues. This two-day conference will focus on the latest regulatory developments and competition issues across the globe, and will feature prominent speakers from domestic and foreign government agencies.
- Russell W. Damtoft, Associate Director, Office of International Affairs, Federal Trade Commission
- Scott Hammond, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal Enforcement, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice
- Ali Nikpay, Senior Director, Cartels and Criminal Enforcement, Office of Fair Trading (United Kingdom)
- Alison Oldale, Deputy Director, Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Economics
- John Pecman, Senior Deputy Commissioner of Competition, Criminal Matters, Canadian Competition Bureau
- Edith Ramirez, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
- The Honorable Diane P. Wood, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Program topics include:
- US/EU Year in Review: What Happens to Antitrust Enforcement When Economies Falter?
- Multijurisdictional Merger Remedies: Strategies for Getting the Deal Done in the United States and Abroad
- Brazil's New Antitrust Regime: Challenges Ahead?
- Increased Inter-Agency Collaborative Enforcement of Cartels—What That Means for Investigations, Disclosures and Penalties
- How Many Economists Does It Take To Try an Antitrust Case In or Outside the United States?
- Differences in Addressing Competitor Complaints at US and Non-US Agencies
- Spotlight on China
- Antitrust Enforcement in India
- Antitrust Issues in the Strategic Acquisition and Use of Patents
- Abuse of Dominance—Facing the Music
- Distribution Outside the United States—Why So Different?
- Compliance Workshop: Damage Control
Date & Time
Thursday, June 7, 2012
8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Friday, June 8, 2012
8:45 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.
School of Law
340 East Superior Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Earn up to 12.25 CLE credits, including 2 professionalism (ethics) credits.For more information please visit: law.northwestern.edu/searlecenter/conference/international