BL01 Antitrust Basics: What Every Litigator, Transactional Attorney, and General Practitioner Needs to Know (2021CLC)

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The Business Law Track

Presented by the Antitrust & Trade Regulation Section 

About the Program

The session will address a number of common antitrust issues that are sometimes overlooked, particularly by attorneys who do not regularly practice antitrust law. 

You Will Learn

  • Important distinctions between federal and state antitrust law, including traps for the unwary 
  • Recent developments in the areas of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, including the potential risk of criminal exposure, with an overview of ethical issues
  • What types of information may not be shared by competitors prior to consummation of a merger, acquisition, or joint venture, with an overview of ethical issues 
  • Under what circumstances attorneys may run the risk of antitrust exposure, with an overview of ethical issues 

Who Should Attend

Every attorney, whether a seasoned practitioner or a young lawyer just beginning his/her practice. 

CLE Credit

2.0 CT (1.5 General; 0.5 Ethics); 2.0 NY (1.5 AOP; 0.5 Ethics) 


Peter Barile Peter A. Barile III
Lowey Dannenberg PC, White Plains, NY

Bob Langer Robert M. Langer
Wiggin and Dana LLP, Hartford