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Leveraging Data to Enhance Antitrust Compliance

Joshua Wade, Anderson Rocha, Andrea Bari Levine, and Rosa Abrantes-Metz

In 2019, the Department of Justice provided guidance on evaluating the worth of corporate compliance programs in the context of antitrust investigations. Reiterating this stance, the DOJ has consistently emphasized the importance of data collection and utilization in crafting antitrust compliance frameworks capable of identifying and forestalling misconduct. The panelists in this program delve into the efficacy of antitrust screening measures and explore optimal strategies for integrating data into antitrust compliance initiatives. They address crucial questions such as how companies can evaluate their own risk profiles and leverage collected data proactively to anticipate and mitigate potential issues. Additionally, the discussion probes into methods for maximizing the utility of gathered data to enhance preemptive measures against antitrust violations.