Time: 8:45am - 5:30pm Venue: The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo 38, 1000 Brussels
The ICC-Baker McKenzie Eleventh Annual Conference 2017 on ‘Trends and Developments in Global Competition Law’ will be held on Friday 12 May in Brussels.
This year, the conference will address significant developments of great interest to corporate counsel, private practitioners, policy-makers, competition enforcement officials and academics in the major areas: international merger control; international cartel enforcement; verticals/e-commerce follow-up and EU state aid enforcement and global competitiveness.
Download the full Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (ICC) and Baker?McKenzie Annual Conference 2017 programme [PDF 224KB].
8.45-9.15am: Registration and coffee
9.15-9.30am: Introduction and welcome by conference chairmen
9.30am: International merger control
11-11.15am: Coffee break
11.15am: Verticals/e-commerce follow-up
12.45pm: Business lunch
2pm: EU state aid enforcement and global competitiveness: towards a global vision?
3.30-3.45pm: Coffee break
3.45pm: International cartel enforcement
5.15-5.30pm: Conclusions and reflections
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