Assist our team in assessing a potential US Antitrust case
Are you interested in helping clients overcome complex and high-profile challenges? In joining a collaborative, team-focused culture spread around the world? In doing some of the best work of your life in an environment that encourages you to be you?
Our virtual job simulation gives you a chance to learn more about our firm and the type of work we do. It’s part of our ongoing effort to develop and offer meaningful mentoring and training to our lawyers as well as to those just starting their legal careers.
It begins with you!
Learn more about our Antitrust & Competition Practice here →
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This program is self-paced. It takes approximately 5-6 hours to complete.
Analyze a document as part of a merger review
Research the available law and precedent on attorney-client privilege and analyze whether the internal client document requires production to the FTC as part of their merger review
- Analysis of Leading Case on Legal Issue
- Application of Law to Case Scenario
Advise on the antitrust implications of a document discovered during due diligence
Review and analyze a document discovered during deal due diligence for potential US antitrust implications and provide a Latham antitrust partner with a summary of issues, risk assessment, and advice on how to proceed
- Analysis of Policy and Legislation
- Application of Legislation to Case Scenario
- Presentation to Legal Analysis as Practical Advice
Prepare to interview a key witness
Investigate the facts to assess exposure
- Analysis of Facts for Risk Assessment
- Strategize and Prepare for Investigation
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