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International Antitrust Law Committee

International Antitrust Law Committee


Message From The Co-Chairs



The International Antitrust Law Committee serves as an international network of antitrust practitioners and officials, along with others interested in antitrust law. Our members hail from many jurisdictions, including both those with established antitrust agencies and those just developing their regime.

Through programs, publications, projects and policy letters to competition agencies, the committee provides a unique forum for practitioners and others interested in antitrust to (1) learn about legal developments around the world as they happen, (2) influence international competition law and policy, and (3) connect with an interesting and fun group of professionals from all corners of the globe.

We frequently share our collective experience and suggestions on proposed new legislation and regulations for jurisdictions to consider in refining and finalizing their proposals. Due to the frequency of these developments, the Antitrust Committee provides unparalleled opportunity to make an impact on policy and legislative developments in antitrust around the world. Learn more about Committee Policy Activity.


In addition to Committee sponsored programs at the Spring and Fall Meetings, the Committee provides teleconferences on a variety of international antitrust issues on a regular basis throughout the year. We welcome your suggestions for topics.


In addition to an active listserve, "Perspectives on International Antitrust" newsletter, and “Hot Topics” publication, the Committee publishes an annual Year-in-Review. Learn more about Committee Publications.


If you aren’t already a member, please join the committee.

All the best,


Co-Chairs:


Lisl Dunlop
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP


Ethan Litwin
Dechert LLP


Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang
Compass Lexecon


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Upcoming events


International Antitrust Developments in Health Care and Pharmaceuticals: November 2017 through May 2018 (Teleconference)

This program will cover enforcement developments in merger control, restrictive agreements, and abuse of dominance in Europe, China, and Brazil from November 2017 through May 2018. Approaching antitrust issues from a global perspective is especially important in these markets, as companies deal with many of the same core antitrust issues inside and outside of the U.S., but are often subject to varying standards and levels of enforcement. This presentation will provide in-house, government, and external antitrust practitioners with an overview of major recent developments.

Date: June 12, 2018

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
Register -
https://shop.americanbar.org/ebus/ABAEventsCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?productId=327759068

Speakers:
  • Guilherme Justino Dantas VII
  • He Jing
  • Malcolm Walton
Moderated by Christopher C Yook

Sponsors: Health Care and Pharmaceuticals Committee; Section of Antitrust Law

Co-Sponsor: International
FREE: Antitrust Section Members, Government, Non-profit Employees, Students. $25 Other Non-Members.
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Antitrust-IP Asia Developments (Teleconference)

This panel will review Antitrust-IP developments in India, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan in terms of both merger and conduct cases and agency guidance and other non case activity in the Antitrust-IP space.

Date: June 26, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM ET

Register - https://shop.americanbar.org/ebus/ABAEventsCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?productId=326576445
Speakers:
  • Cecil Sae Hoon Chung
  • Kojiro Fujii
  • Nisha Kaur Uberoi
  • Matt Liu
Moderated by Nicole Kar

Sponsors: Intellectual Property and Section of International Law
Co-Sponsored by Section of International Law, International Antitrust

FREE: Antitrust Section Members, Government, Non-profit Employees, Students. $25 for Other Non-Members.

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Committee Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Dunlop, Lisl
Litwin, Ethan
Wang, Elizabeth

Vice-Chairs:

Askin, Molly
Chung, Cecil
Iatrou, Niki
Kallay, Dina
Mahoney, Stacey
Masse, Martin
Schoff, Paul
del Pino, Miguel

Committee Roster  


Committee Policy Activity

We frequently share our collective experience and suggestions on proposed new legislation and regulations for jurisdictions to consider in refining and finalizing their proposals. Due to the frequency of these developments, the Antitrust Committee provides unparalleled opportunity to make an impact on policy and legislative developments in antitrust around the world.
more...


Committee Resources


Committee Teleconferences

In addition to Committee sponsored programs at the Spring and Fall Meetings, the Committee provides teleconferences on topical international antitrust issues on a regular basis throughout the year.
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Steering Group Meeting Minutes


Year In Review


Get Involved with Committee Publications

Click below for more information about how to get involved with the Committee's Year in Review, Newsletter, or Hot Topics publications.
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Upcoming Programs, Meetings & Events

Section Events

    International 101 Bootcamp

    07/20/2018-07/20/2018
    JW Marriott Marquis
    Miami

    The ABA Section of International Law is pleased to offer its next series in the International Law Bootcamp Program, an engaging presentation that will provide a practical overview of how international law impacts legal practice across several areas, including: Contracts Litigation Ethics Anti-Corruption ...

    Comparative Methodology and Attribution in Cyber Operations

    09/05/2018-09/05/2018

    A major issue in responding to Cyber Operations is the question of attribution. As with rules of engagement in combat, both law and policy have assumed stringent requirements of positive identification of adversaries. This is a very hard standard to meet in the world of cyberspace where actors usually ...

    10th Annual Moscow Conference on the Resolution of International Business Disputes

    09/27/2018-09/27/2018

    The ABA Section of International Law is partnering with Russian Arbitration Association to host its 10thAnnual Confernece on The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes. We will be handling all credit card payment registrations denominated in USD. If you would like to pay in Rubles or by wire, please ...

Modified by Molly Askin on June 4, 2018

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