Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law

Competition: FALL 2022, Vol 32, No. 2


Written by David M. Goldstein
Farmer Brownstein Jaeger Goldstein Klein & Siegel LLP San Francisco, California

Our Section has made tremendous progress since separating from the State Bar in 2017. In addition to continuing with our traditional publications, events, and programs, we adopted bylaws and other governing documents, formed Standing Committees, wrote our mission statement, crafted strategic plans, and implemented diversity programs. This past year we continued to move forward by making progress on five high-level priorities.

Membership: The Executive Committee engages in many activities that run like well-oiled machines, including our publications, events, and programs. But we need to continue to focus on delivering what our members want and developing broader and deeper relationships with our members. This year, our Membership Committee analyzed our membership and made significant strides in developing strategies focused on membership and our members. In the coming months, we will be reaching out to many of you and your firms, agencies, and companies.

UCL: In September 2021, we formed an ad hoc UCL Committee and tasked it with developing a strategy to increase and improve our UCL offerings. That Committee met regularly during the year, and in July 2022 the Executive Committee voted to make it a Standing Committee. The UCL Committee has been contributing content to our publications: Treatise, Competition, and E-brief, News and Notes. It has coordinated with the Education Committee on programming, including a UCL panel at the Golden State Antitrust and UCL Institute (GSI) on November 10, 2022. And the UCL Committee will host a half-day UCL Institute and reception on January 12, 2023 in Los Angeles.

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