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Blog: [Recording] Association-Sponsored Research & the Antitrust Laws: Staying Out of Legal Trouble and Protecting Your Members

[Recording] Association-Sponsored Research & the Antitrust Laws: Staying Out of Legal Trouble and Protecting Your Members

Are you providing your members with tools to track the health of their industry or profession as well as their performance? An effective association-sponsored research program can be a cornerstone member benefit and a powerful tool to further engage your membership and reinforce the power and effectiveness of your association. But what about antitrust concerns? Are you complying with the safe harbor established by the federal antitrust enforcement agencies?

Jeff Tenenbaum, Esq., Managing Partner of Tenenbaum Law Group PLLC and Mike Hayes, Principal & Managing Director of Vault Consulting hosted a virtual discussion on the best practices for conducting association-sponsored research and understanding the legal risks, particularly as it relates to federal and state antitrust laws.

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You can access the slides here.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Learn best practices for conducting association-sponsored research and what has worked well for other associations
  • Understand the importance of the antitrust laws in connection with association information exchanges, benchmarking, and similar data-collection programs
  • Leverage legal guidelines and safe harbors while making it all work for your association

Presenters

Mike Hayes
Jeff Tenenbaum