Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Every two years, the ABA Section of Antitrust Law puts on the highly-regarded Masters Course—a conference directed at young but experienced associates, partners, and government and in-house attorneys to provide deeper insight into key antitrust principles. This is an unmatched training opportunity featuring a stellar line-up of senior antitrust practitioners in the public and private sectors. This year, the conference will take place on October 9-11 at the Colonial Williamsburg Lodge in Historic Williamsburg, VA.
This program features a series of interactive sessions including breakout sessions on topics such as merger clearance, cartel practice, monopolization, class action litigation, antitrust economics, distribution issues, and non-U.S. competition law.
After participating in this program, attendees will have gained invaluable insights into the latest and most important antitrust developments, learned the practice tools that are used by some of the most experienced antitrust practitioners in the field, and become personally acquainted with many distinguished leaders of the antitrust bar. So be sure to register early as space is limited for this outstanding program!
Visit www.ambar.org/atmasters to register, view faculty listing, download the full conference brochure/agenda and learn more today!