65TH ANNUAL SPRING MEETING PODCASTS
Despite the vast array of preeminent speakers and over 65 sessions and events, ABA Section of Antitrust Law somehow manages to fit its Spring Meeting into three days. To hear what transpired during this year's meeting, please tune into our audio coverage of interview participants below:
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: Women in Antitrust
In this Special Report, host Jodie Williams discusses issues pertinent to women who practice antitrust law with Tiana Russell, Kristen Anderson, and Lisa Phelan. Together, they discuss increasing office diversity, government opportunities for women, and how the new administration will impact women in antitrust.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: Why Antitrust Laws are Important (and Exciting)
In this Special Report, host Laurence Colletti talks to Joseph Alioto, owner of Alioto Law Firm, about the importance of antitrust laws and why young lawyers should get into the field. In addition, they also discuss the most rewarding aspects of Joseph's job and share some of his stand-out cases.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: What's Going on in Consumer Protection Law?
In this Special Report, host Cale Johnson interviews Patricia Conners about her experience in consumer protection and how it compares to her antitrust career. In addition, they discuss future consumer protection trends and advice for young lawyers who want to transition into a government position.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: What's Coming Up Next Year in the ABA Antitrust Section?
In this Special Report, host Adam Biegel sits down with Jon Jacobson, the incoming Section chair, to talk about upcoming programing opportunities and the task forces that he's initiating which will deal with public interest considerations in antitrust law and divergent forms of unilateral conduct analysis between the U.S. and other countries. In addition, Jon lists ways that young lawyers can get involved in the Section of Antitrust Law, including assisting with writing articles for Section periodicals and organizing programs.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: What is Spring Meeting and Who Should Attend
In this Special Report, host Adam Biegel talks with ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting co-chairs Paul Friedman and Margaret Ward. Together, they discuss the attendance of antitrust professionals and enforcers from all over the world, how the meeting is planned, and what the numerous sessions have to offer attorneys at all stages of their careers.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: The View from Veteran In-House Antitrust Counsel
In this Special Report, host January Kim talks to the in-house antitrust lawyers Gary Zanfagna of Honeywell, Brian Henry of Coca-Cola, Rich Wallis of Microsoft, and Paula Martucci of Wal-Mart about the difference between private and in-house practices. In addition, they discuss the skills are needed for in-house lawyers, the most enjoyable aspects about their positions, and how their ABA Antitrust Section leadership positions have helped their careers.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: The Ins and Outs of Advertising Law
In this Special Report, host Melanie Hallas talks to John Villafranco about his experience in advertising law, the ins and outs thereof, his most interesting cases, and what's currently going on with consumer protection. In addition, they discuss ways that young lawyers can get involved in advertising law, including joining committees to stay up to speed on current programing.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: Mergers and Acquisitions: The Role of Antitrust
In this Special Report, host Nathaniel Giddings talks with Alston & Bird LLP partner Leslie Overton about why new lawyers should practice antitrust, challenges to that field, and why mergers and merger reviews are so important to the U.S. economy.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: From the Perspective of the Plaintiffs' Bar
In this Special Report, host Hilla Shimshoni talks to Scott Martin about his switch from defense to plaintiff work and how the new administration will affect the future of the plaintiffs' antitrust bar. In addition, they discuss the successful mock trial that took place at the Spring Meeting and how that is a vital opportunity for young lawyers to experience court in a hands-on way. Finally, they conclude the episode by sharing Scott's excitement for the ABA's first Global Private Litigation Conference, which will feature "insights into the continuing path of multi-jurisdictional and collective antitrust redress."
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: Dawn Raids: What To Do When the Government Knocks
In this Special Report, host Melanie Hallas discusses "dawn raids" with Douglas Tween and James Mutchnik. Together, they discuss what's at stake in these relatively rare law enforcement actions as well as why it's important for clients to have a search warrant response protocol so they can act quickly during the first 48 hours in which cases are often won and lost.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: Behind the Scenes of a Landmark Supreme Court Case
In this Special Report, host Stephen Calkins talks to Lewis Goldfarb about the Goldfarb v. Virginia State Bar case, why it's significant, and the circumstances that caused a lawyer to bring a class action against other lawyers.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: Antitrust in Latin America
In this Special Report, host Laura Collins talks to Mariana Tavares, Miguel Flores Bernes, and Russ Damtoft, co-chairs of this year's Antitrust in the Americas Conference, about antitrust in Latin America, what topics the conference will cover, and what makes their conference unique. In addition, they discuss compliance issues, cartel enforcement, and communication between jurisdictions.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting 2017: A Closer Look at the FTC's Global Role in Consumer Protection
In this Special Report, host Cale Johnson talks to Deon Woods Bell and Laureen Kapin about their experiences with both the FTC and ABA Section of Antitrust Law. In addition, they discuss what got them interested in the international aspects of their positions, the hottest topics in international privacy, what they're doing to bring more international colleagues into the ABA, and advice for those looking to get involved with the FTC.
Courtesy of Legal Talk Network