EU Competition Law: Current Issues in a Global Context
May 20, 2016
Starts: 8:45 AM
Ends: 5:30 PM
Site: Hilton Brussels Grand Place
Address: Carrefour de l'Europe, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
EU Competition Law: Current Issues in a Global Context will be the first major conference organized in Brussels by the King’s College London Centre of European Law and the first organized in conjunction with Crowell & Moring.
The purpose of the event is to bring together leading judges, regulators, in-house counsel, academics and private practice lawyers to discuss current issues in EU law from an international perspective, with a particular focus on the EU-U.S. axis.
To that end, we have put together four panels that each unite contributors from multiple jurisdictions to give short presentations leading to interactive discussions and Q&A involving the panel members and the audience.
- Merger Control - Recent Remedies Experiences
- Antitrust and IP - Standard Essential Patents and Patent Settlements
- Cartel Damages Litigation - An EU-wide Overview
- Antitrust and the Internet - Platforms, Data and the Sector Inquiry
Partner Thomas De Meese is speaking at this event. His topic: "The Impact of the EU Directive on Damages Actions." Partner John Gibson is also speaking. His topic: "SEPs and FRAND: The US Approach."
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