Antitrust Masters Course VI
October 4, 2012 - October 6, 2012
Colonial Williamsburg Lodge
310 S England St
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185-4266
Designed for the seasoned antitrust practitioner with four to ten years of experience, this program provides far more than a typical CLE conference. The mornings will feature a series of interactive sessions taught by a distinguished quartet of antitrust professors -- Andrew I. Gavil, William E. Kovacic & Steven C. Salop -- who will illuminate the trends and tensions in current antitrust doctrine. In the afternoons, attendees will choose from a menu of breakout sessions in which seasoned practitioners and government enforcers will provide cutting edge insight and practical pointers on topics such as merger clearance, cartel practice, unilateral conduct, class action litigation, antitrust economics, distribution issues, and non-U.S. competition law.
Lunches and dinners across the three-day event will feature senior government enforcers and legendary practitioners who will round out the training by discussing current agency thinking, as well as competition policy and its applications. This setting affords attendees the opportunity to network with these experts in a hospitable environment, as well as get to know their colleagues in the antitrust bar."
American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law
321 North Clark
Chicago, Illinois 60654
United States of America