Is It Appropriate for Remedies in Clayton Act Consents to be Broader Than What Can be Achieved in Courts?

    Is It Appropriate for Remedies in Clayton Act Consents to be Broader Than What Can be Achieved in Courts?
    CLE 90 min

    Is It Appropriate for Remedies in Clayton Act Consents to be Broader Than What Can be Achieved in Courts?

    • 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: CE1412RELUMB
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    In this program, our expert panel will examine the policy that has emerged from the rich body of settlements in antitrust cases and compare it with the doctrine that has developed in court. They will then debate whether it is appropriate for the federal enforcement agencies to obtain relief that would not otherwise be available to them if they chose to litigate in court.

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

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Ilene Knable Gotts

    Panelists

    George S Cary, Jon Leibowitz, Keith N Hylton, Richard J Wallis

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Section of Antitrust Law

    Product Code

    CE1412RELUMB

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    12/4/2014 12:00:00 AM

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