Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The Second Annual Chicago Forum on International Antitrust Issues
Thursday, June 9th - Friday, June 10th, 2011
This conference is co-sponsored by Baker & McKenzie, Mayer Brown, Microsoft, NERA Economic Consulting and the Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth.
This two-day conference will examine the latest developments in competition regulation around the globe including:
- Antitrust Enforcement Priorities: US, Canada and Mexico
- Corporate Perspectives on Dealing with the US and Non-US Agencies
- Leniency in Cartel Investigations
- Global Compliance: Best Practices
- Developments in Brazil, Russia, India and China
- Hot topics in Europe
- Merger Update: New Guidelines in the US and Abroad
- Abuse of Dominance
- Distribution Practices: Pricing, Advertising and the Internet
- New Risks and Strategies in Private Antitrust Litigation
- Counseling and Litigating Without the Attorney-Client Privilege
William E. Kovacic, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission; Melanie L. Aitken, Commissioner of Competition, Canada Competition Bureau; Eduardo Perez Motta, Chairman, Federal Competition Commission, Mexico; Rachel C. Brandenburger, Special Advisor, International, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice; Scott D. Hammond, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal Enforcement, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice; Russell W. Damtoft, Associate Director, Office of International Affairs, Federal Trade Commission
Patrick Ahern, Baker & McKenzie LLP; Theodore L. Banks, Compliance & Competition Consultants; Michael R. Baye, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University; Roxane C. Busey, Baker & McKenzie LLP; Mildred L. Calhoun, BP America; Thomas Campbell, Baker & McKenzie LLP; Steven J. Cernak, General Motors; Alice W. Detwiler, Microsoft; Nathalie Jalabert Doury, Mayer Brown LLP (Paris); Ricks P. Frazier, United Airlines; Anne Gron, NERA; H. Stephen Harris, Jr., Baker & McKenzie LLP; Paul Hofer, NERA (London); Clara Ingen-Housz, Baker & McKenzie LLP (Hong Kong); Kevin Kehoe, Microsoft; Christopher J. Kelly, Mayer Brown LLP; Deborah Platt Majoras, Proctor & Gamble; Carel Maske, Microsoft (Brussels); Mark McLaughlin, Mayer Brown LLP; Samantha Mobley, Baker & McKenzie LLP (London); Christopher J. Myers, Microsoft; Anne Riley, Shell International (London); Douglas M. Tween, Baker & McKenzie LLP; Spencer Weber Waller, Loyola Law School; Bruno D. Werneck, Tauil & Chequer Advogados (Sao Paulo); Lawrence Wu, NERA
Standard Registration $200 (Government/Academic/Judicial Registration)
Credits: Earn up to 10.5 CLE credits, incl. 2 professionalism (ethics).
For more information regarding this conference or other initiatives of the Searle Center, please call (312) 503-1811 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .