Competition Policy & High-Tech Markets: unique insights into antitrust issues in digital markets

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The Competition Policy & High-Tech Markets course will take place from 12 to 14 July 2021, focusing on how antitrust law shapes the EU Digital Single Market. The fully revised programme takes into account the most recent developments concerning the Digital Markets Act proposal, data-based mergers and abuses of dominance, algorithmic collusion, antitrust issues regarding standard-essential patents and the platform economy, vertical agreements in the digital age, and competition remedies.

Newly appointed Course Director Viktoria ROBERTSON, Professor of Competition Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business as well as at the University of Graz, says: “The course on Competition Policy & High Tech-Markets gives participants unique insights into antitrust issues pertaining to digital markets and beyond, and the chance to discuss these with renowned experts from academia and practice. The course focuses on cutting-edge knowledge in this area, giving participants a competitive advantage in their careers.” .

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