These forums address the ways by which competition lawyers can advise their clients on antitrust regulatory compliance and resolution of government enforcement actions. They also address from both a plaintiff and defense perspective how these cases are litigated.
The Steering Committee welcomes a select group of leading antitrust litigators – plaintiff, defendant and in-house counsel – from across the United States, who have been personally selected and specialize in competition litigation matters. This Forum provides an opportunity to discuss pressing issues, learn how others address these problems, and identify solutions.Learn More
The Steering Committee welcomes a select group of 48 preeminent private practice lawyers, economists, and academics from across the United States, who specialize in antitrust regulatory matters. This Forum provides an opportunity to explore common concerns, exchange ideas and address challenges faced on behalf of clients.Learn More
The Steering Committee welcomes a select group of 48 leading competition litigators from across Europe, each selected based on the breadth of their experience. The group includes representatives for defendants, claimants and in-house counsel supplemented by a select group of economists and funders. This Forum provides an opportunity to share the most pressing issues faced on behalf of clients, learn how others address these problems, and identify solutions.Learn More
The Steering Committee welcomes a distinguished age relevant peer group with 10 – 20 years of experience consisting of an equal split of plaintiff and defense lawyers from across Canada. Each has been selected based on their knowledge and specialization in resolving class action disputes.Learn More
The Forum will be an annual meeting for up to 48 distinguished litigators from across Canada, each of whom has been selected based on their experience and specialization in resolving class action disputes. The group will include a balanced split of representatives from both the defendant and plaintiff sides. All participants will be invited by a member of the Steering Committee and will have over 20 years of experience.Learn More
The Steering Committee welcomes a select group of 48 experienced European litigators who lead mass damage cases involving competition, consumer and shareholder claims (a ‘horizontal’ approach). Attendance is equally balanced between those doing defense and claimant representation.Learn More
The Forum is an opportunity for a small and international group of antitrust regulatory lawyers, personally selected by the Steering Committee from the leading firms around the world, to engage in detailed and candid roundtable discussions about key antitrust concerns.Learn More
The Steering Committee welcomes a select group of 48 leading U.K. competition litigators – claimant, defendant and in-house counsel – who have been personally selected based on the breadth of their experience. A select few economists and funders round out the group as subject matter experts.
This Forum provides an opportunity to share the most pressing issues faced on behalf of clients, learn how others address these problems, and identify solutions.Learn More
"The Forum was a great opportunity to share and learn from leaders in the field on what they are thinking and experiencing on cutting edge issues around the globe. It was a great opportunity to step out of practice and think more deeply about a range of challenging issues."Elizabeth Avery Partner Gilbert + Tobin Australia
"I would describe it as the rare professional development meeting that actually has real and really salutary Chatham House rules. The Forum has enriched my daily practice through both knowledge and networking."Garrett W. Wotkyns Partner Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky Wotkyns LLP United States
"The opportunity to have robust debate about the most important antitrust issues with antitrust thought leaders made this one of the most valuable conferences I have attended."Amy Manning Partner McGuire Woods LLP United States
"Really valuable exchange of ideas between jurisdictions. A great opportunity to see counterparts from quality firms across the world."Jordan Ellison Partner Slaughter and May United Kingdom