Merger Considerations in the Biden Administration

Merger Considerations in the Biden Administration

Speaking Engagement

WilmerHale is excited to announce an upcoming series on Antitrust and Competition developments in 2021. This series will focus on how best to anticipate and navigate antitrust risk in the new Biden-Harris Administration. During these short 30-minute sessions, we’ll offer our views on what’s likely to come from the FTC, DOJ, state attorneys general, and the Hill in 2021, as well as best practices for engaging with antitrust enforcers. 

The first session is "Merger Considerations in the Biden Administration," featuring WilmerHale lawyers Leon Greenfield, Hartmut Schneider and Nana Wilberforce. It will be held on Thursday, January 14, from 12–12:30 p.m. ET.

The remaining sessions will be scheduled as follows:

  • "Non-Merger Enforcement in the Biden Administration," featuring WilmerHale lawyers Thomas Mueller, Renita Khanduja and Gannam Rifkah, on Thursday, January 28, from 12–12:30 p.m. ET
  • "Antitrust Enforcement by Congress, States, and Private Enforcers," featuring WilmerHale lawyers Perry Lange, Nicole Callan and Alvaro Mateo Alonso, on Thursday, February 11, from 12–12:30 p.m. ET
  • "Top 5 Litigation Cases to Follow in 2021," featuring WilmerHale lawyers Heather Nyong’o, Mark Ford, Lauren Ige and David Katz on Thursday, February 25, from 12–12:30 p.m. ET
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