Tuesday, June 15, 2021
11:00 AM (Eastern Daylight Time)
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The Real Property/Environmental Law Track
About the Program
This session will explore antitrust issues that have arisen in the area of real estate. Specifically, we will discuss instances where restrictive covenants in real estate contracts or conveyance documents have led to antitrust liability, including DOJ
investigations. We will also examine the antitrust implications of “pocket listings” and the ways courts have analyzed such conduct under traditional antitrust doctrine. We will also discuss recent developments in price-fixing litigation in the real
estate broker context. Finally, we will cover the Connecticut Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Reserve Realty, LLC v. Windemere Reserve, LLC, which revisited the tying doctrine under Connecticut’s state antitrust statutes.
You Will Learn
- Insights for successful antitrust issue spotting in the real estate context
Who Should Attend
Antitrust practitioners may be interested in a novel look at tying and price-fixing in a unique context. Those regularly involved in real estate transactions may also benefit.
1.0 CT (General); 1.0 NY (AOP)