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International Antitrust Law Committee

International Antitrust Law Committee


About the Committee

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.

Please also join our ongoing online discussion on the Committee's Linkedin page.

All the best,

Co-Chairs:

Marcelo den Toom

M. & M. Bomchil

Lisl Dunlop

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP


Message From the Co-Chairs



On occasion of the upcoming Montreal Fall Meeting, a committee breakfast will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at 8 am.



A committee dinner is to be held on the same day. We will provide details as soon as possible.



Please e-mail Marcelo den Toom (marcelo.dentoom@bomchil.com) if you are interested in attending, to be able to make the appropriate reservations.



Thank you.









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Committee Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Den Toom, Marcelo
Dunlop, Lisl

Vice-Chairs:

Avery, Elizabeth
Chung, Cecil
Driscoll, Jennifer
Iatrou, Niki
Litwin, Ethan
Mahoney, Stacey
Masse, Martin
Sadden, Samuel
Vandenborre, Ingrid
Walker, Sandra

Committee Roster  


Publications

In addition to an active listserve, the Committee publishes an annual Year-in-Review and an online resource for practioners to learn the "Essentials of Merger Review". For more information, please click the link below or go directly to these materials by following the links in the headings below this one.
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Year In Review


Committee Newsletter, Hot Topics and Publications


Committee Comments and 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. For Committee Comments and Policy Activity, please click the link below:
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Committee Programs and Brown Bag Teleconferences

In addition to Committee sponsored programs at the Spring and Fall Meetings, the Committee provides Brown Bag teleconferences and CLE teleconferences on topical international antitrust issues on a regular basis throughout the year. Please click here to view information about upcoming and past Committee Programs and Brown Bag Teleconferences.
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Upcoming Programs, Meetings & Events

Section Events

    India-United States Cross Border Investment 2.0.

    02/18/2016-02/19/2016

    The event will be held on 02/18/2016 - 02/19/2016. The format is In-Person. The event sponsor(s) are Section of International Law. The event has 0.00 CLE Credits .

    Live from L: The Iran Nuclear Deal

    02/18/2016-02/18/2016

    Cosponsored by the American Society of International Law and George Washington University Law School. In-person location: Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom of George Washington University Law School, Washington, DC Speakers:Mary McLeod Principal Deputy Legal Adviser, U.S. Department of StateNewell L. Highsmith ...

    Resolving Business Disputes in Asia Pacific: Litigation? Mediation? Arbitration? Friendly Communication?

    02/23/2016-02/23/2016

    In-Person Event at: JAMS (Global ADR Provider), Boston Resolution Center One Beacon Street, Suite 2210 Boston, Massachusetts Complimentary breakfast provided by JAMS (Global ADR Provider) from 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. As international business transactions and commerce continue to grow, so do the number ...


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