Thanks to everyone who attended the State Bar's Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Institute last Thursday. All the panels that I attended were really great. I missed the first breakout panel on the intersection between UCL and high tech, but I heard it was a particularly interesting program, and of course the latest developments panel with Will Stern, Pam Parker, Susan Kupfer, and Judge Kramer was a top-notch panel essential for lawyers handling UCL cases.
If you were not able to attend, the State Bar has made the recording available for purchase through Versa-Tape. If you click here, then choose "Antitrust Law" in the pulldown menu and hit "go," the program is listed at the bottom of the page. The cost is $190 for the whole day, including both sets of breakout panels as well as the keynote luncheon address by Deputy Assistant Attorney General Joe Wayland of the Department of Justice (8.5 hours of MCLE credits).