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Antitrust and Competition Law: Overview and Trends

Presented by Jeffrey Amato

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Course Description

Length: 1h 13min    Published: 4/25/2023    
Antitrust law is a body of law that seeks to promote competitive markets. As it is heavily influenced by political appointees and judges, antitrust law is constantly evolving. In this program, antitrust attorney Jeffrey Amato gives viewers an overview of antitrust law in the United States and discusses trends. Topics include the goals of antitrust law, penalties and liabilities, horizontal and vertical restraints, monopolization, and merger review.
Learning Objectives
* Understand the goals of antirust law
* Learn about monopolization in the United States
* Know where antitrust law is headed and how it is influenced by politics and judicial decisions
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Presented By:

Jeffrey Amato

New York, NY

212-294-4685

jamato@winston.com

Featured Reviews

"Outstanding presentation on a topic that is outside of my wheelhouse. I will be reviewing the written material in the future."

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