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DOJ’s Criminal Antitrust Enforcement: Incentivizing Compliance and Rewarding Self-Reporting

10:15 AM CT – 11:15 AM CT

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Learning Objectives:


  • DOJ’s Antitrust Criminal Enforcement Priorities 
  • Learn to identify antitrust risks and red flags of collusion. 
  • Understand how the Antitrust Division incentivizes strong compliance programs and self-reporting.


Elizabeth French
Trial Attorney, US DOJ, Antitrust Division

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