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Understanding the Economics of Antitrust Injury and Damages 2019 *In-Person at D.C. Bar* (NEW)

Date(s):
November 20, 2019
Description:
Credits: 2.0 Credit Hours
 
Description: This new class will cover the fundamental concepts economists use to analyze injury and damages in antitrust matters, including those related to possible overcharges in a price-fixing case, and lost profits in a monopolization matter.  Our knowledgeable faculty will also discuss the process of working with economic experts in antitrust matters, including how attorneys can ensure that the retained expert has the necessary materials to conduct his or her analyses and how to present expert findings to a judge or jury.  Woven throughout the class will be several case studies that provide a practical illustration of these concepts. The faculty will particularly focus on analyzing antitrust injury and damages in the context of not only pricing-fixing and monopolization matters, but also in the context of class certification in antitrust matters.
 
Faculty: 
  • David Kaplan, Berkley Research Group
  • Jeffrey Klenk, Berkley Research Group
Fee: $89 D.C. Bar Community Members; $99 D.C. Bar Members; $109 Government and Non-profit Attorneys; $129 Others
 
The D.C. Bar CLE Program now offers discounted group registration rates!  For more information, contact the CLE Office at CLE@dcbar.org or 202-626-3488.
 
 
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