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International Conference on Cartels- Materials

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The Universidad San Pablo CEU (which thanks to the work of Prof. Jerónimo Maillo has always paid an unusual attention to competition law) and the Spanish Competition Authority recently held an international workshop on Cartels in Madrid which I hear was a great success.

I couldn’t make it, but I’m told that my colleague Konstantin Jörgens did a great job discussing a piece I’ve co-written on the assessment of evidence in cartel cases.

All materials are now available at the website of USP-CEU’s Institute for European Studies , but since we know you’re a bit lazy (no offence) we’ll save you the effort of an additional click:

  • Opening Speech
    Eduardo Prieto
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  • Integrating Regulatory and Antitrust Powers
    Juan Delgado
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  • Calculating fines: Practical problems
    Alberto Escudero
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  • Lessons from the Damages’claims in the Spanish sugar cartel
    Francisco Marcos
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  • EU Antitrust Damages
    Evelyne Ameye
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  • European Commission’s settlement procedure – a success story
    Eric Van Ginderachter
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  • Leniency programmes and the problematic use of confidential information
    Javier Guillen
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  • An economic assessment of the judicial review of the CNMC’s fines
    Javier García-Verdugo
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  • Cartel Settlements
    Jean-François Bellis
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  • Leniency and Cartel Detection
    Juliane Schulze
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  • Sanctioning hard core cartel infringements in EU Competition Law: towards a more compliance-driven approach
    Aaron Khan
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  • Fines and Evidence in Cartels
    Konstantin Jörgens
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  • Prosecutorial & Non-Prosecutorial Systems and the Fight against Cartels
    Marianela Lopez-Galdos
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  • Leniency – Dutch experience
    Pablo Amador Sánchez
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  • ‘How (Not) to Design a Criminal Cartel Offence: Learning from the UK Experience’
    Peter Whelan
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  • Swedish Competition Authority
    Karin Montelius
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  • EU Judicial Architecture Facing Anti-Cartel Enforcement
    Georges Vallindas
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  • Leniency Plus: a Building Block or a Trojan Horse?
    Marek Martyniszyn
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  • Class Actions to Claim Antitrust Damages
    Pablo Gutiérrez de Cabiedes
    Download pdf

 

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

18 December 2014 at 7:01 pm

2 Responses

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  1. well, something is not working with the links 😉

    hermann

    18 December 2014 at 7:13 pm

    • thanks, hermann; it should be fine now

      Alfonso Lamadrid

      18 December 2014 at 7:22 pm


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