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Antitrust Law Committee

Antitrust Law Committee


Committee Description



The YLD Antitrust Law Committee is a substantive sub-committee of the YLD that provides lawyers (under 36 years old or admitted to practice for less than five years) and law students interested in antitrust law an opportunity to network, share ideas, discuss pressing issues, learn about the finer points of antitrust law, and access a number of ABA antitrust resources. Many of our programs are co-sponsored with the Section of Antitrust Law and we would encourage you to get actively involved in both the YLD Antitrust Law Committee and the Section.


News and Announcements

We hold various events every month, including telephonic brown bags, happy hours, and more. For up-to-date information on these events, please sign up for our listserve or visit our LinkedIn and Facebook pages.

Website: http://www.americanbar.org/calendar/2014/10/antitrust-masters-course-vii.html

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Every two years, the ABA Section of Antitrust Law puts on the highly-regarded Masters Course—a conference directed at young but experienced associates, partners, and government and in-house attorneys to provide deeper insight into key antitrust principles. This is an unmatched training opportunity featuring a stellar line-up of senior antitrust practitioners in the public and private sectors. This year, the conference will take place on October 9-11 at the Colonial Williamsburg Lodge in Historic Williamsburg, VA.


Articles and Newsletters




2013 Summer Newsletter

2012 Fall Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 1 (PDF)

2012 Fall Newsletter Articles Volume 1 Issue 1
DOJ/FTC Workshop: Antitrust Enforcement and Policy of “Most-Favored-Nation” Clauses

Increased Enforcement in Physician Group Acquisitions: Parties Should Plan Ahead

Antitrust Implications of Technology Patents

Antitrust Treatment of Pay-for-Delay Arrangements After K-Dur

The Federal Trade Commission’s Approach to Online Privacy: Google, Facebook, and the Future

Recent Antitrust Challenges to State-Based Consumer Protection

Negotiating Merger Remedies at the FTC and DOJ

The State Action Doctrine: An Issue Ripe for Supreme Court Review (101 and 201 Practice Series)

Monopoly Power Following the DOJ’s Single-Firm Conduct Report (101 and 201 Practice Series)

101 Practice Series
The practice series is an online resource for new lawyers covering basic training in both substantive and practical aspects of a law practice. With over 170 quick tips and tools, this series is an essential resource for lawyers in their first three years of practice and is exclusively available to ABA members. Click here for more information about the 101 Practice Series.

The following 101 Practice Series Antitrust Law articles were recently written by YLDAC members:

The Legality of Full Line Forcing
Brianna L. Lennon
Columbia, MO

The Wonderful World of Tying
Kate Wallace
Jones Day LLP, Los Angeles, CA

The Failing Firm Defense
Lauren N. Norris
K&L Gates LLP, Chicago, IL

To Cooperate Or Not: Obtaining Amnesty Under the DOJ's Corporate Lenience Policy
Kate Wallace
Jones Day LLP, Los Angeles, CA

When Do the Premerger Notification Requirements of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Apply to a Proposed Transaction?
Carla A. R. Hine
McDermott Will & Emery LLP, Washington, DC

Click here to see all of the 101 & 201 Practice Series Antitrust Law articles.

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Programs, Meetings and Events

Committee Events

    YLD 2014 Fall Conference

    10/09/2014-10/11/2014
    The Nines Hotel
    Portland

    Join us for a Conference designed to help you grow your practice and make a difference the legal profession and your community. This three-day event is filled with great CLE, topical discussions, and opportunities to network with and learn from lawyers in a variety of practice areas across the country. ...


Antitrust Practice Series Archive

Modified by Tracey Moore on August 27, 2014

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