Dr. Chipty Speaks on the Role of Intent in Monopolization and Merger Cases

Dr. Chipty Speaks on the Role of Intent in Monopolization and Merger Cases

Thursday, February 28, 2020
12:00 to 1:15 pm

ABA Teleconference

Dr. Chipty participates in a panel hosted by the ABA’s Unilateral Conduct Committee Program, on the role of intent in monopolization and merger cases. She and her co-panelists have been asked to comment on Judge Posner’s statement “internal company documents used to show anticompetitive intent  . . . cast only a dim light on what ought to be the central question in an antitrust case: actual or probable anticompetitive effect.”  True or not true?


Dr. Booth Speaks on Vertical Merger Enforcement

Tuesday, September 17, 2019
12:00 to 2:00 pm

Knowledge Group Webcast

Dr. Booth will speak on a panel entitled “Vertical Merger Enforcement: How to Effectively Navigate Through the Uncharted Waters of Complexities.” The panel will provide an in-depth analysis of the fundamentals of vertical merger reviews and recent development in vertical merger enforcement. Dr. Booth will describe empirical strategies for proving a vertical merger case and tips for practitioners on assessing the antitrust risk of a prospective vertical deal.

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Drs. Chipty and Booth Speak on Working Effectively with Economic Experts

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

Drs. Chipty and Booth have been invited by Freshfields to share their experience on how to work effectively with economic experts. They will cover topics such as establishing good working protocols during retention, setting realistic budget expectations, and supporting your expert throughout the engagement.