AAI Working Paper No. 12-02: Antitrust Compliance: An Annotated Bibliography

The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to survey the literature on antitrust compliance. The bibliography is organized into five sections: (1) current U.S. antitrust enforcement policy vis-à-vis compliance; (2) tools companies and in-house counsel can use to bolster existing compliance programs; (3) compliance in a globalized world; (4) recommended policy considerations; and (5) comparative policy considerations. Included are articles, commentaries, conference papers, essays, and books addressing one or more of the main categories into which the bibliography is organized.

The AAI's 14th Annual Conference will cover a variety of issues relating to antitrust compliance. This conference will focus on the changing role of in-house counsel and of counseling generally with respect to antitrust compliance, taking special account of international enforcement trends affecting global competitive strategies.  Please hold the date of June 12, 2013 to attend the conference at the National Press Club in Washington DC. Tuition for this program is $500 with a discounted rate of $120 for government employees, educators, public interest advocates, and students. CLE credits are anticipated.

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