International Antitrust Forum
The Seventh Annual Chicago Forum on International Antitrust Issues
Thursday, June 16-Friday, June 17, 2016
The Seventh 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.
- Assessing Risk and Settlement Strategies in Global Price Fixing Cartels
- Global War Stories from In-House Counsel
- Comparing IP Antitrust Guidelines and Enforcement Actions
- Recent Hurdles in Global Merger Review
- Update on the ICN: Projects and Available Tools for In-house Counsel
- Recent Developments Concerning China's Anti-Monopoly Law
- Contrasting Approaches to Vertical Restraints in US, EU, and China
- Avoiding Signaling and Collusion in Information Exchanges and other Business Interactions in the US and EU
- Maximizing the Attorney-Client Privilege
This course has been approved for a total of 10.25 CLE credit hours including 1 professional responsibility credit pending approval in the State of Illinois. Attendees are responsible for applying for reciprocal credit in any other states themselves. Attendees will receive an Illinois CLE credit certificate.
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law thanks the following for serving as sponsors: