Everyday Antitrust Issues: Protecting Your Business From Criminal and Civil Liability
Please note this is a webcast only Business Hour.
November 2, 2017
Noon to 1:00 p.m. ET
Antitrust laws apply to everyone, not just the Microsofts, Googles and Apples of the world. These laws are complicated, and unwitting violations can result in criminal charges, stiff civil penalties, business disruption, and damaged reputations.
- Antitrust basics, and some of the most common and easily avoidable ways that even the smallest companies can run afoul of the competition laws
- Antitrust implications of participation in trade associations, and tips for conducting association business in compliance with the law
- New Department of Justice/Federal Trade Commission antitrust guidance for human resource professionals, including potential criminal risks for the unwary in hiring and compensation decisions
McDonald Hopkins LLC
Fifth Third Center
600 Superior Avenue East, Suite 2100
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Complimentary Valet Parking is available on Superior Avenue in front of the Fifth Third Center.
Richard Blake - Moderator
Flannery I Georgalis, LLC
Former Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, White Collar Crime Unit
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