MSBA Antitrust Law Section CLE Program:
The Supreme Court: Antitrust Activist or Just Clearing the Backlog?
1.0 hour of Standard CLE credit applied for

Thursday, March 1, 2007, Noon
Marquette Hotel, 3rd floor
710 Marquette Av, Mpls.

$30 Antitrust Law Section
$40 Non-Section member or Non-MSBA member
$20 Government Attorney
$15 Law Students


OR send name & payment to: MSBA
Attn: Kim Basting
600 Nicollet Mall #380
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch, Federal Trade Commission

Not since the 1960s and 1970s has the U.S. Supreme Court considered as many antitrust cases as it has in the last three terms. FTC Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch will review some of the developments since 2004 (Trinko, Illinois Tool Works, Dagher, Volvo Trucks, Weyerhaeuser, Twombly, Leegin, CSFB, Tamoxifen) compared to the prior fifteen years (only a few - Kodak and Khan, for example). Commissioner Rosch will try to explain what has prompted this bull market in Supreme Court antitrust jurisprudence, and where the Court is headed. Will we see an even greater move away from liability for tying? Will Kodak be revisited? What do these developments mean for the government and the bar?

Minnesota State Bar Association
600 Nicollet Mall, Suite 380
City Center
Minneapolis, MN 55402

612-333-1183 or 800-882-6722


Thursday, March 1, 2007 Antitrust Law Section

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$30 Antitrust Law Section
$40 Non-Section member or Non-MSBA member
$20 Government Attorney
$15 Law Students
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