May 03, 2016

101/201 Practice Series: Antitrust Law - ABA Young Lawyers Division

  • Antitrust Compliance: Practical Ways to Mitigate Antitrust Risk
  • Antitrust Standing And Injury
  • Canada: Cheat Sheet on Pre-Merger Regulatory Notification Thresholds
  • Defining a Relevant Antitrust Product Market
  • Differentiating between Horizontal and Vertical Restraints
  • Efforts to Influence Government Action: The Noerr-Pennington Doctrine
  • Exclusive Dealerships and Exclusive Dealing: Understanding the Difference
  • Exclusive Dealing:  An Antitrust Analysis
  • Exclusive Distributorship
  • Federal Antitrust Enforcement in the United States
  • Federal Trade Commission's Privacy and Data Security Enforcement Under Section 5
  • FTC Market Manipulation Rule (With Oil Pipelines)
  • Jumping the Gun: Navigating Antitrust Laws before Closing the Merger
  • Loyalty Discounts
  • Merger Challenges under A Coordinated Interaction Theory
  • Merger Remedies: Behavioral vs. Structural Solutions
  • Monopoly Power Following the DOJ’s Single-Firm Conduct Report
  • Navigating HSR: Key Exemptions
  • Per se Analysis vs. The Rule of Reason: When and How Courts Apply these Antitrust Rules, and Why It Matters
  • Playing by the Rules: An Antitrust Primer
  • The Failing Firm Defense
  • The Legality of Full Line Forcing
  • The Robinson-Patman Act
  • The Role of Arbitration Agreements in Antitrust Class Action Cases
  • Shouldering the Regulatory Burden: Antitrust Risk-Shifting Provisions
  • The State Action Doctrine: An Issue Ripe for Supreme Court Review
  • State Legislation after Phoebe Putney
  • To Cooperate Or Not: Obtaining Amnesty Under The DOJ’s Corporate Leniency Policy
  • Understanding the Differences between Civil and Criminal Antitrust
  • Understanding the Differences Between the DOJ and the FTC
  • United States and European Union Merger Review: Convergence or Collision?
  • Vertical Resale Price Maintenance Agreements Three Years After Leegin
  • When Do the Premeger Notification Requirements of the Hart-Scoll-Rodino Act Apply to a Proposed Transaction?
  • When the Case Is Over: A Tunney Act Primer for Defendants

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