ABA Antitrust Law 2019 Spring Meeting

March 26, 2019


Overview

Washington, D.C.

Cleary Gottlieb partners Leah Brannon, George Cary, and Dave Gelfand and counsel Cunzhen Huang were panelists at the ABA Antitrust Law 2019 Spring Meeting.

Leah spoke on a panel titled, “Unexpected Outcomes: When Merger Review Breaks Bad,” discussing how companies can prepare unexpected risks and what lessons can be learned by these examples for counselors. George was a panelist discussing “Sham Litigation after FTC v. AbbVie,” surveying the current state of play in litigating the sham exception to Noerr-Pennington immunity. Dave was a speaker on an ethics panel titled, “Words Can Definitely Hurt You!” about how to ethically and effectively help clients think before they write. Cunzhen participated in the panel, “Antitrust IP: The Dark Side of the Moon,” discussing recent matters involving trademark and copyright and how how developments are shaping the intersection of Antitrust and IP. 

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