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    The Role of Economic Analysis in Antitrust

    12 PM EST

    The Role of Economic Analysis in Antitrust
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    The Role of Economic Analysis in Antitrust

    A non-CLE program proudly presented by
    ABA Section of International Law
    International Antitrust Law Committee

    Monday, March 2, 2015
    12:00 - 1:00 PM EST
     
     
    Teleconference
     
     
    The goal of merger analysis is to identify and prevent or remedy only those mergers that are likely to harm competition significantly, and to eliminate from consideration as quickly as possible those mergers that do not raise competitive concerns. Economics and economic evidence are central to that assessment.” (ICN, Role of Economics and Economic Evidence in Merger Analysis)

    This webinar will address what economic analyses the competition agencies in the U.S. and Europe currently consider and perform, as well as practical issues about how these analyses should be presented to the agencies.  In particular, the Webinar will cover: when to engage an economist, what the global agencies are looking for, sources and types of evidence, data gathering issues, preparing the client, and how to engaging with the agencies.
     

    Speakers:
    James Langenfeld, Managing Director Navigant Economics and Adjunct Professor, Loyola University Law School
    Nadine Watson, Senior Vice President, CompassLexecon

    Moderator:
    Ingrid Vandenborre, Skadden, Arps
     

    Registration Rates:
    $15 - Section Members
    $25 - Non-Section Members

    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Mar 02, 2015

    2015-03-02T12:00:00-05:00 2015-03-02T13:00:00-05:00 The Role of Economic Analysis in Antitrust The Role of Economic Analysis in Antitrust

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