Pamir Organizes "Managing International Antitrust Investigations" Seminar Series

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Pamir Law Group, in association with Haynes & Boone LLP, the Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Association (APIPA), and the Taiwan Technology Industry Legal Officers Association (TILO), organized a series of seminars titled "Managing International Antitrust Investigations: Practical Perspectives and Step-by-Step Tips for In-House Counsel" in Hsinchu and Taipei City. The seminars featured presentations by Haynes & Boone partners Ronald W. Breaux and Barry F. McNeil.

The seminar focused on the following issues faced by in-house counsel in international antitrust investigations:

  • What the Legal Officer Needs to Tell the Boss: Common Misperceptions about Antitrust Enforcement

  • What are the Top Five Issues the Legal Officer Must Address when Managing the Initial Response to an Antitrust Investigation?

  • Prosecutors' Tools: From Searches to Dawn Raids and from Wiretaps to Border Watches: How to Prepare for the Unexpected

    • Leniency: Understand the Options and Obligations

    • Document Preservation: Crafting the Litigation Hold and Protecting the Company and its Employees

    • Defining the Problem: Conducting an Effective Internal Investigation

    • Common Ethical Traps: What You Should Know about Privilege, Privacy and Representation Issues

  • Multi-Jurisdictional Investigations: Understanding Cooperation between International Authorities and Implementing a Coordinated Defense Strategy

  • Tips for Defending Related Civil Litigation

  • Ways to Minimize Risk and Avoid Antitrust Pitfalls through Effective Counseling and Compliance

About the Speakers

Ron Breaux chairs the Haynes and Boone Specialized Litigation Section. For more than 20 years, he has focused his practice on complex commercial litigation, the defense of corporations and executives in federal criminal investigations and trials, antitrust, internal corporate investigations, and government investigations. Mr. Breaux has been recognized by Chambers USA for 2007 through 2010 as a leading practitioner in antitrust law.

Barry McNeil has more than 40 years of experience as a trial lawyer, including 10 years as a federal prosecutor. He has represented companies and executives in numerous international pricing cartel cases, including the vitamins, graphite electrodes, food flavor enhancers, DRAM, LCD and CRT, and freight forwarding industries. He defends companies and senior officers around the country in corporate and antitrust criminal prosecutions and parallel civil proceedings and class proceedings. Mr. McNeil has been recognized by Chambers USA from 2006 through 2010 as a leading practitioner in antitrust law.

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