November 30, 2016

November 2016

The Section's Committee programs (formerly known as brown bags) are short, informal educational events on timely antitrust topics organized by committees and held either entirely over the telephone or at the offices of a corporate law department, law firm, client, government agency, or academic institution. They normally last 60-90 minutes and are held during lunch hours. Due to the informal nature of the programs, and the fact that accompanying written materials are not normally prepared and distributed, the Section does not offer continuing legal education credits for these programs.

As a benefit to Antitrust Section members, Committee Programs are available in an MP3 format at no charge. Section members will also be able to download the MP3 file to their own computers and then transfer the content onto a portable MP3 player (such as an iPod or other digital audio player), or burn it to a CD. To listen or to save a Committee program click on the program link of your choice, choose save or open when prompted to do so. If you need assistance contact Diane Odom at 312-988-5702 or Diane.Odom@americanbar.org.

 

(11/30/2016) Antitrust in the Time of Giants

(11/28/2016) The American Express Decision --The Appeals Court Looks at Two Sides

(11/21/2016) Competition Torts in the Trenches: Lessons From Recent High-Profile Cases

(11/18/2016) Generic Drug Pricing Are Consolidation or Cartels to Blame?

(11/16/2016) Third Circuit's Ruling in FTC v. Hershey/Pinnacle: Game Changer or More of the Same?

(11/15/2016) Consumer Protection October Update

(11/14/2016) You've Been Sued: Now What? Initiation of Antitrust Litigation from Plaintiff, Defense and In-House Perspective

(11/09/2016) Monthly Antitrust Update: October 2016 Developments

(11/02/2016) Privacy by Design -- Compliance Tips

(11/01/2016) Agency Jurisdiction in the Wake of the Ninth Circuit's FTC v. AT&T Mobility Decision