The Brazilian Piece of the Global Private Antitrust Enforcement Puzzle
12 PM EDT
We head to Brazil for a sharply-contrasted debate over the current state of private antitrust enforcement and whether or not it plays a meaningful role in the global arena. The Attorney General of Brazil’s regulatory agency (CADE) joins two private counsel – representing a plaintiff and a defense perspective – to summarize various aspects of private antitrust litigation and explain the impact prior agency decisions have on these efforts. As private antitrust enforcement mechanisms and policy changes take hold in jurisdictions around the world, we look to Brazil to see where it falls in the global spectrum.
* Greg Hansel, Preti Flaherty
* Michelle Marques Machado, Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga
* Bruno L. Peixoto, Araujo e Policastro
* Victor Santos Rufino, Attorney General, Brazil’s Council for Economic Defence (CADE)
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