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Antitrust 2020: Disruption in Antitrust and Competition Law

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Antitrust 2020: Disruption in Antitrust and Competition Law
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Since the beginning of this year there have been profound changes in the antitrust and competition landscape. New lawsuits are being filed and existing cases pressed hard despite the COVID-19 Pandemic. Technology companies need to be aware of the storm now breaking over licensing for 5G in lawsuits pending in federal courts in Texas and Delaware. The 180 degree change at the Department of Justice that has the Antitrust Division actively litigating with non-practicing patent entities against companies that produce technology, software, semiconductors and telecom products. COVID-19 drove a dramatic to the ground rules and procedures for collaboration for companies that can provide essential technology, products and services. This will be a real-time presentation of what is happening right now and how it could impact you.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 0.75
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2021

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1. Antitrust 2020: Changing Politics, Technology, and Problems have caused Upheaval! A Real-Time Presentation of Disruption in Antitrust and Competition Law (Jun 2020)

Danielle Joy "DJ" Healey

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Antitrust 2020: Changing Politics, Technology, and Problems have caused Upheaval! A Real-Time Presentation of Disruption in Antitrust and Competition Law (Jun 2020)

Since the beginning of this year there have been profound changes in the antitrust and competition landscape. New lawsuits are being filed and existing cases pressed hard despite the COVID-19 Pandemic. Technology companies need to be aware of the storm now breaking over licensing for 5G in lawsuits pending in federal courts in Texas and Delaware. The 180 degree change at the Department of Justice that has the Antitrust Division actively litigating with non-practicing patent entities against companies that produce technology, software, semiconductors and telecom products. COVID-19 drove a dramatic to the ground rules and procedures for collaboration for companies that can provide essential technology, products and services. This will be a real-time presentation of what is happening right now and how it could impact you.

Originally presented at: May 2020 Technology Law Conference

Danielle Joy "DJ" Healey, Fish & Richardson P.C. - Houston, TX

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