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Fordham Competition Law Institute
Judges Workshop
June 24-27, 2007


Tuesday, June 24
Antitrust law & economics fundamentals: the interplay between key economic concepts (such as market definition, market power, efficiencies) and legal rules (agreements among competitors, vertical restraints, single firm conduct);  per se rules & effects based rules substantive antitrust/competition law norms and private enforcement
Instructor : Frédéric Jenny, Cour de Cassation, France;
Instructor : Andrew I Gavil, Howard Law School

Wednesday, June 25
Antitrust law & economics fundamentals cont’d Frédéric Jenny, Cour de Cassation, France;
Instructor : Andrew I Gavil, Howard Law School

Thursday, June 26
Morning Use of economic experts in the assessment of damages  
Instructor : Craig Romaine, CRAI

Afternoon Standard of review in competition cases (including agency decisions, lower court judgments) Lord Slynn of Hadley, House of Lords & formerly European Court of Justice
Instructor : Andreas Reindl, FCLI

Friday, June 27
Roundtable on judicial practices in antitrust cases
(including case organization; setting up a trial; expert witnesses) 
Instructor : Andreas Reindl, FCLI
Instructor : Frédéric Jenny, Cour de Cassation, France;