Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Brussels School of Competition

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I had drinks last night with my good friend Charles Gheur from the Brussels School of Competition (“BSC”).

It sprung to mind that I had not yet advertised that the registration process for the 2012-2013 edition of the LL.M  was opened .

There’s a bunch of new things for this third edition of the programme, not the leasts that (i) Fred Jenny stepped in and will co-teach the module on abuse of dominance, and that (ii) señor Lamadrid de Pablo has officially been drafted (he is a basketball fan) to join the team that teaches procedural matters.

Together with the fact that our studs are primarily in-house lawyers from large corporations (Microsoft, Umicore, Toyota, Mastercard, Basf KBC, Bayer, Distrigas, Verizon, etc.) this should convince young Brussels lawyers to relocate towards us instead of  following the painful King’s College long distance programme.

Written by Nicolas Petit

17 August 2012 at 12:31 pm

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  1. I see some aggresive comparative advertising here!

    Maybe you should take a look at this:

    Comparative Advertising and Competition Policy:

    Click to access 524.pdf

    The guys at King’s shouls also read this: Challenging a competitor’s comparative advertising

    Click to access ARTICLE_Competition%20and%20Antitrust_Challenging%20A%20Compeitiors%20Comparative%20Advertising_0909.pdf

    Alfonso Lamadrid

    17 August 2012 at 1:29 pm

    • This is what it takes to challenge the dominant incumbent programme from King’s!

      Nicolas Petit

      17 August 2012 at 1:50 pm

      • Hello Nicolas

        How is your summer?!

        Richard Whish

        Richard Whish

        20 August 2012 at 4:18 pm

      • Richard, I am having a great summer, thanks.

        Currently trying to complete two books in French, in the illusory hope I can ever come somewhere close to the quality of your bible on competition law (and now David’s). Unlike with the BSC, no head to head competition on those projects, as the books are in French.

        Hope all is well for you too.


        Nicolas Petit

        21 August 2012 at 6:19 am

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