New DOJ Merger Remedies: Expanded Antitrust Enforcement Tools
Navigating Revised Guidance to Mitigate Anti-competitive Impact With Conduct and Structural Remedies
DOJ General Counsel J. Robert Kramer joins panel
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance for counsel to companies contemplating or involved in mergers or acquisitions on the DOJ new merger remedies guide. The panel will offer best practices for evaluating, applying and implementing remedies that may allow a vertical or horizontal transaction to go forward.
- Key changes to the merger remedies guide
- Horizontal and vertical transactions
- Conduct remedies
- Structural remedies
- Office of the General Counsel
- Choosing a remedy
- Implementing/applying effective remedies
- Best practices for evaluating what types of remedies might allow a transaction to go forward
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How have the merger remedies guidelines shifted the focus to conduct remedies?
- How have the merger remedies guidelines changed as they apply to divestitures?
- How will mergers in regulated industries impact the type of remedies?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
J. Robert Kramer, II
Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Justice
Joseph G. Krauss
His practice is focused on antitrust and economic regulation, with a particular emphasis on merger and acquisition... | Read More
His practice is focused on antitrust and economic regulation, with a particular emphasis on merger and acquisition counseling and litigation in all industries, and before federal, state, and foreign antitrust authorities. He counsels clients in matters relating to mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, distribution issues, Sherman Act, and Hart-Scott-Rodino Act compliance.Close
Michael H. Knight
He advises clients on all aspects of competition law, including mergers, joint ventures, competitor collaborations,... | Read More
He advises clients on all aspects of competition law, including mergers, joint ventures, competitor collaborations, distribution issues, price discrimination, monopolization, and intellectual property restraints. He has experience in government and the private sector and routinely represents clients before federal and state antitrust agencies and federal courts.Close