On 17 June 2019, professionals from around the world will gather at ABA’s Global Private Litigation Conference in Berlin to gain understanding of the cutting-edge developments occurring in private antitrust redress. Scott Martin from our New York office co-chairs the conference.
Economists, litigators, government enforcers and corporate counsel make up some of the world-class panellists, and will give their perspectives on a variety of hot topics:
- Interchange fee/credit card litigation
- The latest developments in collective actions and claims aggregation and assignment
- Implementation of the damages directive
- The approach of in-house counsel to multi-jurisdictional claims
- The effects of settlement decisions on private enforcement
- Structuring “global” settlements
- Critical thinking about allocation questions
- Convergence issues across jurisdiction
Berlin partner, Dr. Ann-Christin Richter will join the afternoon panel to partake in a Case Study Role-Play on 'A Hypothetical Global Settlement’ alongside lawyers from Oppenlander Rechsanwalte, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Stibbe and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP.
Also attending the conference are our chairman, Michael Hausfeld, and other members of our global team:
- from London: Anthony Maton, managing partner; Andrew Bullion, partner; Lucy Rigby, senior associate and Kio Gwilliam, associate
- from Germany: Alex Petrasincu, partner; Karl-Christoph von Steuben, senior associate and Manuel Knebelsberger, senior associate
- from United States: Megan Jones, partner; Christopher Lebsock, partner and Michael Lehmann, partner.