Meet Deputy Assistant Attorney General Deb Garza by wns87940


									                                American Bar Association
                                Section of Antitrust Law
                      The Federal Civil Enforcement Committee

                       Deputy Assistant Attorney General
                              Deborah A. Garza
                               A Brownbag Program to be held on
                                      February 6, 2008
                                      12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
                                  O’Melveny & Myers LLP
                                    1625 Eye Street, NW
                                   Conference Room 10K/L
                                    Washington, DC 20006

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Deborah Garza joined the Department of Justice, Antitrust
Division shortly after the release of the Antitrust Modernization Commission Report. In her new
position she has oversight of transportation, energy, agriculture, telecommunications and other
regulatory matters for the Division.

Join our brownbag to hear her perspective on issues that will be of particular interest to newer
antitrust lawyers. We will discuss, among other things, public and private career paths, effective
advocacy before the Department of Justice, whither the AMC Report, and recent DOJ activities.

SPEAKER:              Deborah A. Garza, Department of Justice, Antitrust Division

MODERATOR:            James O’Connell, Department of Justice, Antitrust Division

PANELISTS:            Andrea Agathoklis, Federal Trade Commission
                      Christi Braun, Ober/Kaler
                      Fuad Rana, Covington & Burling, LLP

You may attend this program in person or by telephone. If you would like to attend in person or
attend by telephone please send an e-mail no later than February 5, 2008, to Nakia Cheeks at Please specify whether you will be attending in person or by phone. The
dial in number will be emailed to you.

Recordings of this Brown Bag will be posted on the Section website’s Members Only area and
downloadable in an MP3 format, free of charge at

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