Aakruti G. Vakharia to Moderate at the 2022 NAPABA Convention

On November 5th, Aakruti G. Vakharia will moderate at the 2022 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Her panel is “Can Your Client (Anti)Trust You? How to ‘Hatch’ a Procompetitive Settlement Plan”, and will explore Hatch-Waxman litigation and settlements, FTC v. Actavis, and its lasting implications for what is permissible vs. anticompetitive behavior in the pharmaceutical antitrust space. She will be joined by Luna Barrington, Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP; Esther Oh, Partner, Joseph Saveri Law Firm; Rohit Singla, Partner, Munger Tolles & Olson LLP; and Anna Aryankalayil, Attorney Advisor to FTC Commissioner Noah Joshua Phillips, Federal Trade Commission. The session is eligible for CLE credits.

NAPABA is the largest Asian Pacific American membership organization in the United States, with around 60,000 members comprising of attorneys, judges, law students and professors. Founded in 1988, the mission of NAPABA has been to further professional development and advocacy, while promoting opportunity, justice, and equity for the Asian Pacific American community.

For more information and for the full convention agenda, see here.