BIICL’s merger conference + AIJA’s tech conference + a pub-related question
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law will be holding its 11th annual conference in Brussels tomorrow. The line-up of speakers is quite impressive and the topics extremely timely; you can check them out here: 11th_BIICL_merger_conference
In case you’re too lazy to click on the above hyperlink to the program, just know that the panels will address the following subjects:
– Screens and inferences in mergers: has DG Comp opened the Pandora’s box of price pressure tests?
– Remedies and Efficiencies – What Really Compensates for the Loss of Competition?
– Hot topics: Minority Stakes, Procedural Simplification, the Rise of MOFCOM.
Apologies to Philip Marsden, to whom I said I’d advertise this a bit more in advance…
Also, be aware that the early bird rate offer for AIJA’s must-attend Bruges conference on Antitrust and Technology is expiring today. For more info, click here: https://antitrustlair.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/antitrust-2-0-competition-law-and-technology1.pdf
P.S. And speaking of Bruges, on Wednesday I’ll be visiting the College of Europe as part of Garrigues’ recruitment process. I was told yesterday that De Garre
(the real reason why I wanted to go to Bruges) is closed these days; if any student can give any inside-information, that’d be much appreciated 😉