For more than 40 years, the Fordham Competition Law Institute has presented the annual International Antitrust Law and Policy Conference, which is widely recognized as one of the premier events in the field.
New Workshop: Antitrust Economics for Young (and Old) Lawyers September 30, 2015 This pre-conference workshop will cover basic and advanced topics for antitrust practitioners, including microeconomic concepts, regression analysis, and empirical methods. Hosted by Charles River Associates in the morning (basics) and Cornerstone Research in the afternoon (advanced).
New Topics and Presenters for the FCLI Conference October 1–2, 2015 “Women in Antitrust” will draw from the varied experiences of women around the globe who are at the forefront of the antitrust community. Other panels will cut across generations and practice areas, focusing on interactions with government agencies (including litigation), private antitrust enforcement in the EU, media mergers, and “Antitrust in a Mobile World.”
As always, the FCLI Conference will present keynote addresses from key agency heads — from the DOJ, FTC and EU — and offer valuable opportunities to network with rising and influential leaders from competition authorities and private practice, academia, and the judiciary.
New York State CLE credits are pending.
The Conference registration fee includes New York State CLE credit; course materials; breakfast and lunch both days, a reception on the first day; and a copy of the conference proceedings (except for students). The Workshop registration fee includes New York State CLE credit, course materials, as well as breakfast and lunch.
Fordham Law has a financial hardship policy for this conference.