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Compliance & Ethics

Compliance & Ethics


The Compliance & Ethics Committee was conceived as a vehicle for unified consideration of the full range of compliance and ethics issues within the scope of the Section's activities. We have emerged as a preeminent resource and network for discussing, evaluating and analyzing antitrust compliance and ethics issues. Our work encompasses the full range of global compliance and ethics issues in the field of antitrust.

Our Committee develops publications and programs to keep antitrust practitioners aware of cutting edge compliance and ethics issues. We emphasize collaboration with other committees and embrace a global perspective, recognizing that compliance and ethics issues are not limited to the United States.

Whatever your area of expertise, we seek your participation and expertise to help us contribute compliance focus and education in all aspects of antitrust practice. We invite your suggestions, comments and involvement at any time, on any subject related to the Committee. Feel free to contact any member of the Committee's Leadership Team:

Co-chairs: F. Joseph Gormley and Alicia Downey

Representative Council Member: Valarie Williams


Thomas Lang, Michele C. Lee, Charles Moore, Deborah Salzberger, Joseph Tipograph

Committee Activities

The Compliance and Ethics Committee presents a variety of live and telephonic programs that focus on a range of issues that face antitrust practitioners. Members can download audio recordings of Committee-sponsored telephonic programs (and others) from the Section's searchable audio library.

We encourage your participation in all of these activities and in others yet to come. Please join the Committee to ensure you receive Committee news in the most timely fashion.

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New Antitrust Compliance Publications

JUST PUBLISHED! Cartel Law Basics for Executives. This 13-page spiral-bound booklet is a unique practical resource to aid businesspeople in avoiding engaging in cartel behavior in violation of the antitrust laws. To purchase your copy, click here: Cartel Law Basics for Executives. The price is $10.00 for section members and $15.00 for non-members.

Compliance & Ethics

Committee Resources

Annual Plan, Long Range Plan


Section Events

    Prvacy and Security Quarterly Privacy Update


    PRIS is launching a quarterly privacy update series (to replace the prior monthly updates). The first update will be held on May 3, 2018 and will be sponsored by the law firm Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP (Aaron Burstein) from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. Aaron will present with several firm associates. FREE ...

    Spring Training: New Developments Concerning the Business of Baseball Exemptions


    Since 1922, the U.S. Supreme Court has recognized that the business of baseball does not constitute interstate commerce and is, therefore, exempt from federal antitrust scrutiny. While the Supreme Court has refused to extend the business of baseball exemption to other professional sports, the Court has ...

    Global Seminar Series Dusseldorf, Germany

    Steigenberger Park Hotel

    Thank you for registering for the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Global Seminar Series: Düsseldorf being held on May 8, 2018. · CONFERENCE UPDATES & DELEGATE ROSTERS are posted online at · ACCOMMODATIONS : ...

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Downey, Alicia
Gormley, F

Council Representative:

Williams, Valarie


Lang, Thomas
Moore, Charles
Salzberger, Deborah
Tipograph, Joseph


McLean, Gregory

Committee Roster  


Click to view all past and future programs, sponsored by the Committee.


Click to view all newsletter issues published by the Committee.

Modified by Alicia Downey on March 20, 2018

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