Co-Hosted by the Antitrust Law Committee of the Business Law Section and the International Law Committee
Competition class actions, particularly those following on U.S. class proceedings involving allegations of price-fixing and other cartel conduct, are the most prevalent and important form of private competition litigation in Canada. With the large numbers of cross-border competition class actions filed in recent years, such cases are becoming a fact of life. Despite Canada's geographic proximity, the law and procedures are remarkably different.
Hear our featured presenter, Davit Akman, a Canadian antitrust litigator, address the state of private cross-border enforcement, key developments affecting the competition antitrust environment and managing cross-border cases.
Join your colleagues for this informative lunchtime program.