ANTITRUST & CONSUMER PROTECTION ISSUES IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY:
100 YEARS SINCE STANDARD OIL
HILTON AMERICAS/HOUSTON, TEXAS
THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2011
- Symposium – The Evolution and Direction of Antitrust Law: 100 Years Since Standard Oil
- Did structural remedies work in Standard Oil and what is their role in the future?
- What actually happened in Standard Oil and was it all bad?
- How did the States react in Standard Oil and how would they react today?
- Criminal Enforcement: Are There New Reasons for Energy Industry to be Concerned?
- Keynote Address - Why We Hate the Oil Companies: John Hofmeister, former President of Shell Oil Company
- Current Jury Attitudes: Overcoming Bias in Energy Disputes
- Energy Pricing: The Regulatory World of Market Manipulation
- The Urge to Merge: How to Analyze Energy Consolidations
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2011
- Competitor Collaborations: Joint Bidding Agreements, Joint Marketing Ventures, Joint Operating Agreements, Joint Oil Spill Response; Is There ever a Problem?
- Energy and Competition Across our Border: How is it different in Canada and Mexico?
- Clean Technology: Does Going Green Create Antitrust and Consumer Protection Issues?
- Counseling the Client: The View from Inside an Energy Company