Morgenstern to Co-Chair, Participate in PLI’s 2016 Antitrust Institute Seminar

May 4-5, 2016
PLI New York Center 1177 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036

Litigation partner and Antitrust Practice chair Saul Morgenstern is serving as the event co-chair for the Practising Law Institute’s “Antitrust Institute 2016: Development & Hot Topics” seminar in New York on May 4–5. This year’s seminar—with its emphasis on fundamentals and current developments—will examine several key antitrust areas as determined in recent decisions and reflected by vigorous enforcement efforts in the US and around the world. 

Morgenstern will also speak at the seminar on “Cartels and Other Horizontal Relationships,” covering the following topics:

  • Section 1 of the Sherman Act: Overview
  • Per Se Violations
    • Price fixing
    • Bid rigging
    • Market allocations
    • Group boycotts
  • Antitrust Considerations of Common Horizontal Relationships
    • Joint ventures and similar competitor collaborations
    • Benchmarking and Information sharing
    • Trade associations
  • “Hub and Spoke Conspiracies”/When the “Vertical” Becomes “Horizontal”
  • State Actions and Other Exemptions and Immunities
  • Cartel Enforcement

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