Antitrust Risk In Earnings Calls And Investor Presentations
March 17, 2015
It’s a mistake to think that only private conspiratorial communications can be the basis for an antitrust charge. Baker Botts attorneys look at some recent examples where something far less than an agreement to conspire triggered legal action from either the FTC or the Department of Justice, and they provide a list of dos and don’ts for executives who participate in earnings calls or investor presentations.
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