Mar

    Developments in the Application of the Per Se Rule

    12 PM EDT

    In recent years, there have been a variety of antitrust litigations, prosecutions and investigations in which enforcers and courts have grappled with whether to apply the per se test or the rule of reason. The stakes for litigants are high - application of the per se rule permits a finding of liability without the burdensome and costly requirements of a rule of reason analysis, notably establishing anti-competitive effects.

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    A panel of seasoned practitioners will provide a clear and fulsome update on the application of the per se rule over the past three years, with particular emphasis on its application in criminal cases and franchisee no-poach cases.

    Moderator:

    • Adam C. Hemlock, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP

    Speakers:

    • J. Clayton Everett, Jr.; Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
    • Elizabeth Prewitt, Latham & Watkins LLP
    • Rahul Rao, Washington State Office of the Attorney General - Antitrust Division

    FREE: Antitrust Section Members, Government, Non-Profit Employees, Students, $25 Other Non-Members.

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    CLE:
    The ABA is not seeking CLE credit for this program.

    Audio Archive:
    Provided all releases are obtained, audio recordings of this program will be available to Section members on the Committee Program Audio page.

    Event Details

    Duration

    120

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Mar 09, 2020

    2020-03-09T12:00:00-04:00 2020-03-09T14:00:00-04:00 Developments in the Application of the Per Se Rule

    In recent years, there have been a variety of antitrust litigations, prosecutions and investigations in which enforcers and courts have grappled with whether to apply the per se test or the rule of reason. The stakes for litigants are high - application of the per se rule permits a finding of liability without the burdensome and costly requirements of a rule of reason analysis, notably establishing anti-competitive effects.

    Speakers

    Elizabeth Prewitt

    Lathan & Watkin

    Rahul Rao

    Office of the Attorney General

    Sponsors

    Joint Conduct

    Section of Antitrust Law

    Co-sponsors

    Federal Civil Enforcement

    Moderators

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