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Whether you’re completing an HSR filing, preparing for an expert deposition, or counseling a client on a minimum advertised price policy, your work requires you to have up-to-the-minute information on ever-changing best practices and highly technical topics. These tasks can be daunting and time-consuming, even if you have a colleague down the hall you can ask for advice.
But when you rely upon Practical Law to stay current, you can be confident that you’ll do your best work, each and every time.
Behind Practical Law is a team of attorney-editors averaging more than 10 years’ experience in antitrust, all of them from Am Law 100 firms. It’s their job to stay on top of the latest developments in the field, curating relevant information and packaging it in a way that is useful to you. Their work saves you research and drafting time, specifically by providing you with:
Checklists to help ensure you don’t miss a step in a complex process, such as developing an antitrust compliance program or negotiating a Second Request
Documents and clauses including model litigation and compliance documents and transactional models such as a hell-or-high water or most-favored-nation clause
How-to guides and information on a variety of important topics, such as antitrust litigation and merger control
What’s Market databases keep you on top of trends in antitrust risk-shifting provisions and provide a decade of federal merger enforcement action precedent, as well as comparative summaries, analysis, and custom reports
Use customizable Practical Law PowerPoint® templates to demonstrate your legal knowledge by crafting presentations on pertinent antitrust issues for:
With Practical Law, you can do your best work confidently, efficiently, and effortlessly. Try it for yourself and see how expert guidance and know-how – conveniently organized by practice area and task – let you move forward with confidence and add value for clients.
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