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Prepare For The Anti-Monopoly & Competition Law Asia Forum

Singapore (November 17, 2008) / — Asia's first comprehensive two-day conference on Anti-Monopoly & Competition Law, being held from 24-26 February 2009, will provide you with all of the background, legislation, practical advice and policy ideas that you need to be able to limit your exposure to complaints under the new Anti-Monopoly Law regime.

Anti-Monopoly & Competition Law Asia Forum has been specially devised for in-house lawyers advising on competition law matters. Penalties for breaching competition law can be severe and you need to be sure that you are up-to-date with concepts such as legal privilege, cartels, pricing and dominant position, dawn raids and the role of economics in competition law.

For those new to the area, the conference will give you a comprehensive overview of the new laws being implemented in China and Asia, plus explore how these impact the running of your business and what your internal clients should know.

Hear from experts based in regions with established antitrust rules and discover how they have written compliance policies that have safeguarded them from actions under Anti-Monopoly Law. Apply this guidance directly to your compliance policy to build a robust program that will limit your liability in Asia.

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