International Antitrust Forum

International Antitrust Forum

The Fifth Annual Chicago Forum on International Antitrust Issues

Thursday, June 12-Friday, June 13, 2014

The Fifth Annual Chicago Forum on International Antitrust Issues is the only Midwest conference of its kind. It is designed to examine the latest developments in competition regulation around the globe providing practitioners and regulators with up-to-date and practical information.


  • Cutting Edge Developments in the EU
  • Experiences in Non-US Merger Review
  • Corporate Strategies in Approaching Non-US Agencies
  • Update on Antitrust Enforcement in Mexico and Canada
  • Key Developments in China and Other Asian Countries
  • Antitrust Issues in Distribution Outside the US
  • Antitrust Perspectives on Patent Licensing
  • Views from In-House Counsel on Global Antitrust Enforcement
  • Leniency Around the Globe


Registration and Tuition

Regular tuition is $495 per person.  Government, academic, and judicial attendees may register for $200 per person.  This rate applies to full-time, active professionals in these fields.  Tuition includes all sessions, continental breakfasts, lunch, coffee breaks, receptions, and program materials distributed at the event.  Registrations must be made in advance.  On-site registration is only available as space permits and requires an additional $50 fee and must be paid  by check.  Registration is for the full two days of the program for one individual.  Shared or one-day registration is not available. Full tuition refunds will be made for all written cancellations received by May 29, 2014.  A $200 administrative fee will be deducted from refunds on written cancellations received after May 29, 2014. No refunds will be given for cancellations made after June 5, 2014.

Earn up to 11.0 CLE credits, including 2.0 professionalism (ethics) credits in the State of Illinois.

For more information regarding this conference or other initiatives of the Searle Center, please call (312) 503-1811 or send an email to


Northwestern University School of Law thanks the following for serving as sponsors:

Baker & McKenzie Mayer Brown LLP
Microsoft NERA Economic Consulting
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