The Global Antitrust M&A Landscape: What In-House Counsel Need to Know
What’s changing in the global antitrust M&A landscape? On September 10, join McDermott’s panel of antitrust and competition lawyers as we discuss the developments on competition law review of M&A transactions in the United States, Europe and other key countries. Knowing these trends will help you make the best decisions moving forward in 2019 and beyond.
Our agenda includes insightful analysis of the following topics:
Recent priorities and developments from the US Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice, European Commission and other key agencies on subjects such as the merger review process and consent order settlement standards and practices
Lessons learned from agency merger challenges over the past year
Developments in contract litigation over antitrust efforts provisions in failed mergers
For more information, please contact Julia Berman. To listen to the webinar on-demand, please click here.
Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit for the live viewing of this program is pending in the following states: California, Illinois and New York. A Universal Multi-State Credit Certificate of Attendance will be provided to participants requesting CLE credit in all other states. Credit will be awarded only for attendance of the entire webcast; no partial credit shall be awarded for attending a portion of the webcast. In accordance with applicable MCLE attendance validation rules, each attendee seeking credit must log in to the webcast individually. Credit will not be awarded for multiple attendees using one log in. MCLE credit will not be awarded for on demand/recorded viewings of this program except for attendees seeking credit in jurisdictions that permit self-study credit. Please consult the MCLE-governing entity in your jurisdiction for information about claiming self-study credit.
STAY AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Interested in receiving articles on similar topics as they are published? Subscribe for timely email updates or contact us to discuss more…