Kelley Drye at the ABA Virtual Antitrust Spring Meeting

Kelley Drye lawyers are taking part in the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section Spring Meeting, this time virtually. This year, there is no charge!

The Antitrust Section’s first ever Virtual Spring Meeting officially kicks off on April 17th with a welcome session at noon Eastern. For the next two weeks, there will be a wide range of new content, live streamed programs, and networking events available via www​.our​cu​ri​ousamal​gam​.com.

You can find Kelley Drye attorneys at the following sessions:

Briefing with the State Enforcers April 21, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

State Attorneys General play a crucial role in enforcing state and federal antitrust and consumer protection laws. Join partner Bill MacLeod, and other panelists who represent antitrust and consumer protection bureaus from across the country as they discuss recent enforcement activities and the ongoing missions of state enforcement agencies. Event Website

Cocktails for Consumer Protection Virtual Reception April 21, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Does your area of concentration include privacy law and/or consumer protection? Are you interested in learning more about this rising practice area? Join host and Antitrust Section Consumer Protection Officer Alysa Hutnik, and other Virtual Spring Meeting attendees at this reception and learn more. Event Website

What to Expect in FTC CP Enforcement April 30, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

From record fines to novel theories of harm, the FTC has pursued vigorous consumer protection enforcement under Chairman Simons. Join partner Christie Thompson and other panelists for a discussion on recent FTC enforcement and priorities, including impacts, if any, of COVID-19 on enforcement priorities, as well as in the areas of privacy, data security, marketing, advertising, and fintech, consider whether FTC enforcement has expanded in reach, and implications for future CP enforcement. Event Website

For the full lineup, please visit our​cu​ri​ousamal​gam​.com.

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