The International Antitrust Law Committee is an international network of antitrust practitioners and officials from many jurisdictions. We provide a unique forum to LEARN about antitrust developments around the world as they happen, INFLUENCE international antitrust policy and laws, and CONNECT with an interesting and fun group of professionals from all corners of the globe.
Our Committee's SUCCESS would not be possible without the energy, inspiration and involvement of our members and we welcome new suggestions and innovative ideas. There are many opportunities for you to get involved in our publications, policy and programming, and we encourage the participation of all Committee members.
Publications: The Committee's publishing efforts include an active [insert link to listserve], the annual Year-in-Review, a Newsletter that we publish three times per year (Fall, Winter and Spring) and a Hot Topics series. Copies of these publications are available on the right-hand-side of this page. This year, we are planning to publish our Essentials of Cartel Investigations, which will offer country-by-country information on cartel related issues, similar to our successful Essentials of Merger Review book project.
Policy: Our Committee members are particularly active and continuously monitors prospective new competition laws and legislative/regulatory changes before they are implemented in jurisdictions around the world. You'll find the numerous recent comments that the Section has helped prepare on the right-hand-side of this page and any calls for current contributors in the WebLetter below. Please join our [insert link to listserve] to keep abreast of these developments or contact us if you would like to be actively involved in these publications.
Programming: The Committee provides Brown Bag teleconferences on topical international antitrust issues on a regular basis throughout the year. Information about past and future Brown Bags is available on the right-hand-side of this page. Please contact us if you have a suggestion or would like to help organize one of these programs.
Please also join our ongoing online discussion on the Committee's Linkedin page.
All the best,
Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP