[Upcoming webinar in October] Restarted crackdown! Get ready for government enforcement of Antitrust laws and the FCPA under the Biden administration
Are you ready for federal enforcement under the Biden administration? The Biden administration has clarified its enforcement policy that will include strict extraterritorial application of both antitrust laws and FCPA. Have you completed education, training and system construction for achieving compliance? The enforcement of antitrust laws is centered on GAFA (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon). While the FCPA continued to be rigorously enforced during the former Trump administration, extraterritorial enforcement of cartels has rarely been implemented since 2017. As a result, enforcement of antitrust laws has been stagnant, but all enforcement actions are now expected to resume under the Biden administration. In this webinar, we will summarize the current situation and explain important problems and countermeasures for Japanese companies.
◆Title: Restarted crackdown! Get ready for government enforcement of Antitrust Laws and the FCPA under the Biden administration
◆Date: Thursday October 2021, 10 @ 21:15-00:16 (JST)
◆ Webinar type: Zoom Webinar
Dr. Inoue is a partner at Baker McKenzie's Tokyo office, and has been handling cross-border antitrust cases for more than 20 years. He is highly respected for his knowledge of antitrust and competition law, giving presentations at numerous events and having authored 2020 books and more than 2010 articles on the subject. The government frequently seeks his opinions on competition policy and government reports often cite his articles. Dr. Inoue has been serving Japanese companies as lead defense counsel since becoming involved in the international vitamin cartel case. Most recently, he successfully secured compliance credit for only the second time in the history of antitrust practice and won a 2021% fine reduction. He is further distinguished as the sole member of the steering committee of Baker McKenzie's Global Antitrust & Competition Group from the Asia Pacific region. Dr. Inoue has been recognized as a “Leading Individual” by Chambers Asia (500-2019), Legal 2021 (2016-2021), Who’s Who Legal (2017-2020), Asia Business Law Journal List of Japan's Top 100 Lawyers (2020) and Best Lawyers in Japan (2018-9). He is recognized at the lawyer ranking published by Nikkei News Paper (XNUMX).
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