Limited Registration Opens for the Twelfth Annual Sedona Conference® on Antitrust Law & Litigation

July 21, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
SEDONA, AZ. July 21, 2010. The Sedona Conference® announces that registration is now open for the Twelfth Annual Sedona Conference® on Antitrust Law & Litigation, to be held on Thursday-Friday, October 28-29, 2010 at the Royal Palms in
Phoenix, AZ.

This year's Conference features a blue-ribbon international faculty including an FTC
Commissioner, an economist with the DOJ, a federal trial judge, the Head of the Antitrust
Unit on IT, Internet and Consumer Electronics from the EU Commission, nationally renowned academics, in-house counsel, and senior trial attorneys from both sides of the "v." The conference will focus on a number of extremely timely and important topics, including:

- What Does "American Needle" Point To?
- Antitrust and the New Administration: Merger Guidelines
- Antitrust and the New Administration: Areas of Enforcement
- Global Antitrust Enforcement
- Antitrust in the Digital Age
- Evaluating Mergers of Internet Companies
- How do Procedural Issues Affect the Viability & Outcome of Antitrust Litigation
- Pricing Issues

The all-star faculty will be chaired by Daniel R. Shulman of Gray Plant Mooty and includes Joseph M. Alioto of the Alioto Law Firm; Donald I. Baker of Baker & Miller PLLC; Howard J. Bergman of 3M Company, John DeQ. Briggs of Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider, LLP; Professor Michele B. Goodwin of the University of Minnesota; Professor George A. Hay of Cornell University; Per Hellström of the European Commission; The Hon. Susan Illston of the Northern District of California; Sanford M. Litvack of Hogan Lovells US LLP; The Hon. Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch of the Federal Trade Commission; Professor Gregory Shaffer of the University of Minnesota Law School; Gregory J. Werden of the US Department of Justice; K. Craig Wildfang of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP; and Margaret Zwisler of Latham & Watkins, LLP.

As with all Sedona conferences, registration is strictly limited to 45 participants to ensure an intimate environment for meaningful dialogue leading to new ideas and collective wisdom. The registration fee for this Conference is $1195. A complete agenda, faculty list, faculty bios, and registration information can be found at or by calling 1-866-860-6600.