Debra Bernstein will lead a panel discussion during the session “Current Developments & Relative Exposure with Respect to Private Damage Actions” at this event hosted by the American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law.
The American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law and the International Bar Association Antitrust Committee are delighted to invite you to the Twelfth International Cartel Workshop, which will be held in Paris February 14-16, 2018. Recognized globally as the premier international cartel conference, it is presented every two years. Each time, it takes place in a different major city, having last been in Tokyo in 2016 and attended by almost 400 people.
The Paris conference will continue the Workshop’s long tradition of instruction by demonstration and its growing use of multimedia. A faculty of highly experienced attorneys and enforcers from around the world will take you through a hypothetical global cartel investigation—from detection of a conspiracy by company inside counsel to the ultimate disposition of the enforcement actions in jurisdictions around the world. The Workshop will highlight current developments in cartel enforcement in many jurisdictions. In addition to the demonstrations that will illustrate how these new developments impact cartel enforcement, the program will feature an enforcers’ roundtable where questions will be put to the top enforcers from the U.S., the European Commission, Canada, Japan, France, Australia, and Brazil.
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