Have the Courts Gone Too Far Under Clayton Act Suits?

    Have the Courts Gone Too Far Under Clayton Act Suits?
    CLE 90 min

    Have the Courts Gone Too Far Under Clayton Act Suits?

    • The download and on-demand online course for this title will be available for ABA Value Pass subscribers.
    • CD-ROM available to order 3 weeks before the program. Online courses and downloads will be available about a week after the program.
    • Recording date: December 4, 2014
    • Product Code: CE1412CTSUMB
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    In this program, panelists debating plaintiffs' and defendants' postitions will take on four issues:
      1. Have courts construed substantive antitrust rules too narrowly or imposed unduly high procedural barriers on plaintiffs?

      2. Have awards of civil remedies gone too far and allowed duplicative recoveries in some cases?

      3. Have concerns about remedies influenced standing and substantive rules?

      4. What is the future of Sections 4 and 16, specifically, whether eliminating treble damages (or making them discretionary) in antitrust cases would better achieve the objectives of the antitrust laws?


    This program is part of the Clayton Act 100th Anniversary Symposium. Other programs in this series include:

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Andrea Murino

    Panelists

    Amy B Manning, Margaret M Zwisler, Megan Jones, Stuart Singer

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Section of Antitrust Law

    Product Code

    CE1412CTSUMB

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    12/4/2014 12:00:00 AM

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