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The National Tax Lien Association offers on-line Sherman Anti-trust Training exclusively for its members. This 32- minute streaming video educates viewers on the ramifications of violations to the Sherman Anti-trust Act and teaches principles of precaution and safety in an auction environment. The core instruction is taught by Attorneys Paul Safran and Brian Dickerson of Roetzel & Andress along with Brad Westover, Executive Director of the National Tax Lien Association. 

"I took a half hour this morning and watched the video you provided. I enjoyed the video immensely and feel I learned several things by watching it. I know it sure made me more aware of some of the important issues out there today. Thank you so much for making this available to us like you have." - Jerry L. Friend, Stillwater County Treasurer Montana

This video presents excerpts from the program presented by the law firm of Roetzel & Andress to the members and guests of the National Tax Lien Association on Federal Antitrust law. It does not represent the complete presentation. It is intended only to give the viewer a snapshot of the application of antitrust law to the tax lien industry, and specifically how it impacts upon bidding practices at tax lien or deed auctions. This video is not an antitrust compliance program.  Furthermore, it video is not a substitute for an antitrust training program that you may want to consider providing to your employees.  Educating the members of your organization on the "dos and don’ts” of antitrust law represents one of the best ways to insure that your company and your employees understand what it takes to comply with the law when it comes to bidding on tax liens or deeds.

The NTLA offers this instruction as a member-only benefit. This video is copyright material of the National Tax Lien Association. You may not copy, download, duplicate or by any other means electronically or otherwise digitally redistribute any of the copyright works without the written permission from the NTLA.


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