Video of WLF Web Seminar Program on Consent Decrees

Someone to Watch Over Me: Legal & Compliance Challenges Posed by Antitrust Agencies’ Consent Decrees, WLF’s latest Web Seminar program, is now available as an on-demand archived video file.

The program featured Christine Wilson and Bilal Sayyed, partners at Kirkland & Ellis LLP.

 

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