December 13, 2012
The Criminal Matters Committee and the Young Lawyers Committee of the Canadian Bar Association’s National Competition Law Section are presenting an upcoming conference (and teleconference) entitled “A Primer of Immunity and Leniency in Criminal Competition Practice”. This conference/teleconference is to be held on January 17, 2013 from 12:30 – 2:00 pm (Toronto time).
Overview from the CBA:
“Canada’s Competition Bureau has consistently cited effective immunity and leniency programs as the most productive means of discovering and prosecuting cartel behaviour. As these programs continue to play an increasingly vital role in the Canadian legal landscape, both new and experienced practitioners alike must stay current on the latest developments and ensure that they understand the key issues. Please join our distinguished panelists for an informative discussion from the perspectives of both the Competition Bureau and the private bar.”
Speakers are to include Matthew Boswell, Associate Deputy Commissioner (criminal).
For more information and registration details see: CBA – National Competition Section.
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