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Guest professor Joseph Tringali
An Ameriacan attorney at law will give lectures on US competition law
Madara Marija Ose, PR Officer of the Faculty of Law

During the spring term 2018, from May 7 to May 17 a U.S. attorney at law will visit the University of Latvia Faculty of Law with a guest class cycle in U.S. competition law. The visit is supported by the Centre for International Legal studies. The course is free of charge and everyone is welcome to register and attend.

In the United States, as in most other countries, there are various laws that regulate competition and which are intended to promote the welfare of the ultimate consumer. "Over eight sessions, this course will examine each of the principal laws in the United States that regulate competition so that the student gains a comparative understanding as to how a country like the United States with a sophisticated and long developed body of competition law operates," says guest professor Joseph Tringali, the developer of the course.

Professor Joseph Tringali was a partner at the United States Law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett where he specialized in United States Competition Law and represented clients in seeking the approval of United States antitrust enforcement agencies for numerous mergers and acquisitions, as well as representing clients in litigation alleging price fixing, bid allocation, and monopolization.

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