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Speaker, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, "Antitrust Litigation Today: Recent Developments and Hot Topics," New Brunswick, NJ


September 19, 2017 | 9:00 AM - September 19, 2017 | 1:00 PM EST

Featuring: Guy V. Amoresano

Competition law and antitrust principles impact everyone. In today’s global economy, which directly impacts business in the Garden State, business lawyers must have a basic understanding of antitrust law.

Government enforcement of our antitrust laws may have fluctuated with the new administration in Washington, but private antitrust litigation continues to flourish in New Jersey and other jurisdictions.

This new antitrust program will help you assess potential claims due to anticompetitive marketplace behavior, including whether antitrust claims are supportable or specious, and will help you to identify potential legal pitfalls before your clients engage in anticompetitive conduct. For those practitioners who have not been previously immersed in antitrust law, our panel of seasoned litigators will provide a review of basic antitrust principles and highlight some of the hottest issues in competition law.