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Gradués

Next week:

  • On 17 December, we’ll have a GCLC lunch talk on the Aegean/Olympic merger decision. S. Simon (COMP), B. Durand (RBB) and A. Guttermuth (Arnold & Porter) will be our speakers. Registration here.
  • On 18 December, we will have the graduation ceremony of the Brussels School of Competition. This is an open ceremony, and you can register here. There will be tons of good food and  top notch tier antitrust lawyers. Not sure which of the two is the seller :). Above, some of last year freshly graduated studs.

Recently, our friend David Henry and his friend David Ashton have published a timely, thorough, thoughtful book on Competition Damages Actions in the EU. The book is impressive, it makes a thorough exploration of how the main EU MS have dealt with antitrust damages to date. Congratulations to them.

Yesterday: I was at a conference in Paris giving a presentation on IP and antitrust law. And I finally spoke of lions, black swans and butterflies. For more, see below (2 files, read 1 before 2).

Presentation ASPI – Rappel des grands principes applicables à la relation DEC-DPI (2) Presentation ASPI – Rappel des grands principes applicables à la relation DEC-DPI (1)

 

 

 

 

 

Written by Nicolas Petit

12 December 2013 at 5:22 pm

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