On 20 July 2022, the College of Europe closed another successful edition of its summer courses. With more than 220 participants gathering in Bruges and 80 connected online, professionals coming both...
The programme is focused on:
- Defining and understanding the Digital Single Market as well as its growing importance on the EU agenda;
- Analysing how traditional competition law tools and instruments can apply to the specificities of the Digital environment: antitrust and dominance, distribution, mergers;
- Providing an overview of the latest developments that are specific to the Digital Single Market strategy: algorithm-enabled cartels, abuse of dominance in high tech markets, distribution in the digital age and antitrust issues related to standard essential patents;
- Examining the latest cases - each module includes not only an advanced analysis of the topic but a practical approach with case studies.