[2-Credit CLE Seminar] Recent Developments and Trends in Antitrust Enforcement Investigations by the US Department of Justice and How to Avoid Liability
Temple Law Japan is honored to present Kaede Toh as a special guest speaker for a 2-credit CLE seminar on the topic Recent Developments and Trends in Antitrust Enforcement Investigations by the US Department of Justice and How to Avoid Liability.
- Tuesday, March 7, 2017
- 18:30 doors open
19:00 seminar starts
21:00 seminar ends
- Temple University, Japan Campus, Mita Hall (Access)
- ¥5,000 for attendees requiring CLE credit.
(Free to attendees not requiring credit)
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by the day before the seminar
- The seminar is held in English and Japanese translation will be provided.
- Persons who are interested in the topic but who do not require CLE credits are most welcome to attend.
The Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)'s increased foreign antitrust enforcement presents the prospect of monumental penalties for companies and individuals. Over the last several years, these investigations have resulted in multinational companies paying criminal fines of hundreds of millions of dollars and have also ensnared executives, who have agreed to plead guilty and serve prison time in the United States for violating the U.S. antitrust laws. These cases reflect the DOJ's continued prioritization of international cartel investigations, a trend that has only intensified in recent years as cooperation among global regulators has increased. The discussion will cover the U.S.'s new administration likely antitrust enforcement philosophy as well as the recently issued updates on the DOJ and Federal Trade Commission guidelines for international enforcement of U.S. antitrust laws, which shed new light on how federal agencies cooperate with foreign counterparts during investigations.
About the Speaker
Partner, Ropes & Gray LLP, Admitted in NY
Ms. Toh is a partner in the Tokyo office and a member of the firm's government enforcement practice group. Her practice concentrates in the areas of white-collar criminal defense and enforcement actions brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and non-U.S. regulators. She has extensive experience advising multinational corporations and individuals in a wide variety of DOJ investigations, internal investigations, and civil litigation. She also conducts anti-corruption risk assessment for private equity portfolio companies, and advises clients in implementing compliance and anti-corruption programs.
Ms. Toh also represents multinational technology and life sciences companies, in all aspects of patent litigation, in particular involving Japanese clients. She has broad experience in pre-suit due diligence, discovery matters, including motion practice, taking and defending depositions, preparing expert reports and expert witnesses, and preparing summary judgment briefs.
About CLE Credit
Temple Law School is an accredited provider of continuing legal education (CLE) in Pennsylvania. Various states, including California and New York, recognize Pennsylvania CLE credits. However, attorneys are responsible for checking with the CLE board in their jurisdiction before attending the CLE seminar whether Pennsylvania CLE credits will count towards their CLE requirements and what their jurisdiction requires them to do to claim out-of-state CLE credits. Please inform us before the seminar if your CLE board requires anything other than a copy of the Pennsylvania CLE credit form and a certificate of attendance.