Sedona, AZ (PRWEB) July 29, 2009
The Sedona Conference® has opened registration for its Eleventh Annual Conference on Antitrust Law & Litigation, to be held on Thursday and Friday, October 29-30, at the Sedona Hilton in Sedona, AZ. The conference features a blue-ribbon faculty including two FTC Commissioners, a trial judge, a DOJ economist, in-house counsel, and renowned practitioners from both the plaintiff and defense bars from around the nation and world.
This year's antitrust conference will focus on a number of extremely important and timely topics, including the underpinnings and presumptions of antitrust enforcement; the new administration and antitrust enforcement; unilateral conduct - the hot button issues; bundled pricing/discounting; standard setting; vertical rpm and other vertical restraints; merger enforcement in the current economy; and an update on international enforcement efforts.
The all-star faculty of lawyers, jurists, and government officials includes: Joseph M. Alioto, Alioto Law Firm, San Francisco, CA; Tyler A. Baker, Fenwick & West, Mountain View, CA; David A. Balto, David A. Balto Law Firm, Washington, DC; Howard J. Bergman, 3M, Diegem, Belgium, John DeQ. Briggs, Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider LLP, Washington, DC; The Hon. Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour, FTC, Washington, DC; Joseph Seon Hur, Yoon Yang Kim Shin & Yu, Seoul, Korea; R. Hewitt Pate, Hunton & Williams, Washington, DC; The Hon. Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch, FTC, Washington, DC; The Hon. James M. Rosenbaum, D MN, Minneapolis, MN; Daniel R. Shulman, Gray Plant Mooty, Minneapolis, MN; Joseph P. Simmons, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison LLP, Washington, DC; Jeane Thomas, Crowell & Moring, Washington, DC; and Gregory J. Werden, DOJ, Washington, DC.
Registration for this conference is strictly limited to 45 persons (in addition to the faculty) to ensure an intimate environment for meaningful dialogue, the hallmark of The Sedona Conference®. For the complete agenda, faculty bios, and to register, go to http://www.thesedonaconference.org and click on the program title, or call 1-866-860-6600.
# # #