Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Forthcoming seminars

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As you know, we like to use this blog to favor our own related services 😉  So here’s some advertising on three upcoming seminars to be held in Madrid within the framework of the Competition Law Course that Luis Ortiz Blanco and I co-direct, now on its XVI edition. (The pic above was taken during a lecture I gave there last Wednesday on antitrust in non-regulated network industries).

28 February- 1 March: Seminar on Competition Law in the Public Sector (coordinated by José Luis Buendía -Garrigues- and Jorge Piernas -EUI-), also featuring Joaquín Fernández (DG Comp), Luca Rubini (Univ. Birmingham), Jerónimo Maillo (CEU),  Carlos Urraca (Legal Service, European Commission), Deborah Heredia (Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Juan Arpio (Univ. Zaragoza), Alejandro Requejo (Compass Lexecon), Juan Pedro Marín (SEPI), Rafael Calvo (Garrigues) and Juan Espinosa (Spanish Competition Authority). Program available here: Competition law in the public sector 2013

8 March: Seminar on Recent Developments in Merger Control and Art. 102, featuring Cecilio Madero (Deputy Director General, DG Comp), Per Hellström (Head of Unit, DG Comp), Nick Banasevic (Head of Unit, DG Comp), and Milan Kristof (Référendaire, CJEU). Program available here: Recent developments in EU merger control and Art. 102 TFEU

15 March: Seminar on IP and Antitrust (coordinated by Alvaro Ramos), featuring Claudia Tapia (IP Director, Blackberry), Gil Ohana (Senior Director, Cisco Systems), Gunnar Wolf (DG Comp), Ief Daems (EU Counsel, Samsung), María Álvarez (Advisor, Spanish Competition Authority) and Victoriano Darias (Managing Director, The Napkin Idea). Program available here: Seminar IP and Antitrust 2013

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

22 February 2013 at 5:12 pm

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