WASHINGTON, DC (May 13) – Kilpatrick Stockton announced today that Partner Connie Robinson will be a featured speaker at PLI’s upcoming high-profile program “Antitrust Institute 2010: Developments & Hot Topics,” which will be held May 20 – 21 in San Francisco. Joining other leading experts while speaking at the session covering “Acquisitions and Mergers,” she will discuss merger analysis, including the implications of the recently announced proposed Revised Horizontal Merger Guidelines of the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. Ms. Robinson is Chair of Kilpatrick Stockton’s Executive Committee. She focuses her practice on domestic and international antitrust matters, including counseling, agency representations, corporate internal investigations, government investigations and litigation. Ms. Robinson is recognized internationally as an antitrust expert and has been named - one of the "world's leading women in antitrust" by Global Competition Review. For more information about the Antitrust Institute, please visit: PLI Antitrust Institute 2010: Developments and Hot Topics About Kilpatrick Stockton Kilpatrick Stockton LLP is a full-service international law firm with nearly 500 attorneys in nine offices across the globe: Atlanta and Augusta, GA.; Charlotte, Raleigh and Winston-Salem, NC.; New York, NY; Washington, D.C.; Dubai; and Stockholm. Kilpatrick Stockton's delivery of innovative business solutions provides results-oriented counsel for corporations, from the challenging demands of financial transactions and securities to the disciplines of intellectual property management. Collaboration among Kilpatrick Stockton’s corporate, litigation and intellectual property attorneys provides knowledgeable and proactive guidance for companies at every stage of the business life cycle.
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