14th Annual Conference of the GCLC — "Remedies In EU Competition Law: Substance, Process and Policy"

Date

Thursday 31.01.19 to Friday 01.02.19

Location

Residence Palace
155 Rue de la Loi
1000 Brussels
Belgium

The Global Competition Law Centre is pleased to invite you to the 14th Annual Conference, entitled: "Remedies In EU Competition Law: Substance, Process and Policy".

The event takes place on 31 January and 01 February 2019 at the Residence Palace in Brussels.

The 2019 GCLC annual conference will examine the topic of remedies in competition law enforcement. Competition authorities intervene with the aim of discontinuing or preventing anti-competitive conduct but also of remedying the consequences thereof and restoring or preserving undistorted competition. Competition remedies are central to competition law enforcement and represent the yardstick against which the efficiency of the overall system can be measured. Bringing together lawyers and economists, practitioners and academics, the conference will undertake a journey into the theory and practice of competition remedies in the EU and beyond, against the background of recent high-profile antitrust decisions, of increased scrutiny about the effectiveness of merger commitments and of a decade of remedial developments in the field of State aid.

Speakers:

Johannes LAITENBERGER (opening address), Advocate General Nils WAHL (keynote speech), Jean-François BELLIS, Tembinkosi BONAKELE, Jacques BOURGEOIS, Cristina CAFFARRA, Jacques DERENNE, Niamh DUNNE, Carles ESTEVA MOSSO, Ariel EZRACHI, Amelia FLETCHER, Sir Nicholas FORWOOD, Peter FREEMAN, Damien GERADIN, Damien GERARD, Thomas HOEHN, Frederic JENNY, Lars KJØLBYE, Assimakis KOMNINOS, John KWOKA, Ioannis LIANOS, Frank MAIER-RIGAUD, Margarida MATOS ROSA, Massimo MEROLA, Bernd MEYRING, Jörg MONAR, Sebastian PEYER, Judge Savvas PAPASAVVAS, Takis TRIDIMAS, Denis WAELBROECK, Wouter WILS, Angeline WOODS, Elena ZOIDO.

Programme

Registration

For more information, please contact us at info.gclc [at] coleurope.eu.

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