GeyerGorey attorney Phillip Zane will reprise his class on antitrust and unfair competition which he has taught since 2009 as part of the U.S. Law Course (formerly the ECOA Law School) of the Ethics & Compliance Officer Association. The ECOA is an association of individuals who are responsible for the ethics and compliance programs of their organizations. It is the largest such organization in the world. The U.S. Law Course is a seven-week program covering a wide range of legal topics designed to teach legal concepts and methods of analysis to non-lawyers who serve as ethics and compliance officers and to lawyers as a refresher in areas likely to give rise to compliance issues. The course repeats several times each year. For more information on this course or to register for a future course, please visit the ECOA’s website www.theecoa.org or http://www.theecoa.org/imis15/
Mr. Zane brings to the course his experience in investigating alleged international cartels and defending companies and individuals accused of antitrust violations and other financial crimes. He mixes fundamental skills, tools for sophisticated analysis and problem solving, and the U.S.government’s own surveillance tapes of a price-fixing conspiracy into a unique presentation on antitrust and business torts.
Mr. Zane focuses his practice on government investigations, and criminal litigation and appeals, especially in matters relating to antitrust and trade regulation. He handles the full range of antitrust litigation and counseling.