Competition & e-commerce + Competition law & personal data (save the dates)
Given that my most recent posts have been substantive and lengthy, I think I’ve earned myself a
lazy short self-serving post today:
Two events have just been announced concerning some of the trendiest topics in competition law these days, so save the dates:
– On Monday 13 July the Spanish Association for the Digital Economy (Adigital) will be holding a talk about Competition law and e-commerce featuring Thomas Kramler (head of the DG Comp task force in charge of the sector inquiry and one of the greatest experts in competition digital markets) and myself (not head of anything). All info is available here.
– After the summer, on 24 September the European Data Protection Supervisor and the Academy of European Law (ERA) will be hosting a most interesting conference titled “Competition Law rebooted: Enforcement and personal data in digital markets“. I will be sharing a panel with Jorge Padilla and Orla Lynskey. For more info click here.
In the coming days I will also be participating in other fascinating events, including 8 hours of lectures with consecutive translation into Mandarin in Bruges, 4 cartel hearings in Luxembourg, a peculiar race in Brussels that you should join if you’re around, and swimming baby lessons, but I’m guessing I will not be attracting much public to any of these…