What's So Interesting About Minority Interests? The Theory and Practice of Common Ownership Issues in Merger Review 

Nov. 20, 2019
Online

The CBA Competition Law Section's Young Lawyers Committee presents:

What's So Interesting About Minority Interests? The Theory and Practice of Common Ownership Issues in Merger Review

November 20, 2019 | 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Eastern
Teleconference


Like many enforcers around the world, the Competition Bureau has become increasingly concerned in recent years about overlapping minority interests. But what exactly is the theory of harm, and how is it tested in each case? This panel will review the debate around common ownership, including the relevant the economic literature and the enforcement approaches to address common ownership issues in Canada and around the world, and also provide some clarity and practical tips to help navigate these issues.

Moderator
David Feldman, Stikeman Elliott LLP (Toronto)

Speakers
Dimitri Dimitropoulos, The Brattle Group (Toronto)
Daniel Graulich, Baker & McKenzie LLP (Washington, D.C.)
Alysha Manji-Knight, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP (Toronto)

 

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    DATE AND TIME
    November 20, 2019
    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (Eastern)

    FORMAT
    Teleconference

    INSTRUCTIONS
    Instructions will be sent via email the day prior to the event.

    COST
    Free for CBA Competition Law Section members, Section Affiliates, and members of the Competition Bureau.

    Section Affiliates, please email laurene@cba.org to register for this event.

    Competition Bureau Members, please email the Competition Bureau Learning Unit at ic.cblearningunit-uniteapprentissagebc.ic@canada.ca to register for this event.

 

CONTACT INFO

Lauren Essiambre
CBA National Office
laurene@cba.org 
1-800-267-8860 | 613-237-2925 ext. 146