Hot Documents in Recent Merger Litigation
12:30 PM EST
The program will cover how the government, the defense, and the courts have treated "hot" documents in government antitrust merger litigation. Subjects to cover include:
* How have the FTC and DOJ used internal company documents to evidence likely anticompetitive affects in litigated merger challenges?
* How have the courts regarded those documents? What can defense counsel do to manage bad documents?
* What can inside counsel do to prevent the creation of these documents in the first place?
The speakers will provide document illustrations from recent merger litigations and discuss treatment of "hot" documents in recent cases they have handled.
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