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SENSITIVE ANTITRUST ISSUES – Antitrust damages actions. Selective distribution. Refusal to supply. Vertical restrictions in online, Interactive and case-based Conference

When:
15 November 2017 @ 09:00 – 14:30 Europe/Bucharest Timezone
2017-11-15T09:00:00+02:00
2017-11-15T14:30:00+02:00
Where:
Athénée Palace Hilton, Vivaldi Room

On 15 November, three of the very best EU competition lawyers, some identified as „Future Leaders”, come to Bucharest at the event organized by Raluca Nechimis Law Office and EMEA Conferences to discuss with you the latest practical implications of the Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions and its ramifications, and several other antitrust matters regarding exchange of information in the context of vertical agreements, refusal to supply, vertical restrictions in online commerce, selective distribution etc.

The interactive and case-based conference will take place at Athénée Palace Hilton, Vivaldi Room, starting 9:00 AM.

Attend the conferences and get clarifications and practical input on the following outstanding issues:

  • What information must be provided in case of a disclosure of evidence request?
  • Which are the implications of a pass-on defence upon all the players involved?
  • What information may not be exchanged in the context of vertical agreements?
  • Under which conditions is the refusal to supply permitted?
  • What conditions you may impose in order to implement a selective distribution system?
  • What you should consider when applying vertical restrictions in online commerce?

The panel of speakers is composed of:

Josh Holmes QC, Barrister with Monckton Chambers in London, recognized in Chambers UK and Legal 500 as a leader in European / Competition law and Telecommunications law. He is described in the directories as ‘a superstar’, ‘one of the very best EU lawyers of his generation’, and a ‘compelling advocate’ who is ‘razor sharp on competition issues’, ‘drafts like a dream’ and is‘capable of demolishing the other side step by step.’

Charlotte Breuvart, Partner with Jones Day, Brussels Office, with more than 15 years of experience in cartels, abuses of dominance, merger control, and state aids (both in counseling and litigation). She has significant expertise on competition matters in utilities field.

Efthymios Bourtzalas – Partner with Bird & Bird Competition and EU Group, based in Brussels, with significant experience of representing clients in cases before the European Commission, the European Courts and national courts and regulators. He also worked previously for the European Commission.

More information on the agenda, speakers, fees and registration at: https://emeaconferences.com/sensitive-antitrust-issues/

BRCC members benefit of 10% discount in addition to the other applicable discounts.

Please find the Event Agenda here