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JECLAP Anniversary Conference (4 Oct): tickets out this Friday. Watch this space!

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JECLAP

Together with Gianni De Stefano, I am one of the proud Joint General Editors of the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice (JECLAP). It may seem like yesterday to some of us, but the journal has been around for 10 years now.

The editorial board decided to mark the occasion with an afternoon event to take place in a month time (4 October) in Brussels (Fondation Universitaire).

The idea is to bring together authors, editors and readers and look back to the past decade in light of some seminal articles. We have put together a great programme, which is awaiting a few final tweaks. You can find it below.

Interested in attending?

The tickets will be released via Eventbrite this Friday (6 September) at 11am Brussels time (10 am London time). Watch this space for the link!

JECLAP Anniversary Conference | 4 October 2019, Fondation Universitaire (Rue Egmont, 11)

13.00 | Registration

13.15-13.45 | A Decade of JECLAP and EU Competition Law, in conversation with the Founding Editors

13.45-15.00 | Cartels: from leniency to ex officio, from compliance to WhatsApp, from liability to economic screening

Chair: Gianni De Stefano (AkzoNobel)

Speakers: Speakers: Eric Barbier de la Serre (Jones Day), Paula Ramada (London Economics) and María Luisa Tierno Centella (European Commission)

15.00-16:15 | Article 102 TFEU and the route towards the effects-based approach

Chair: Moritz Lorenz (Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein)

Speakers: Pablo Ibáñez Colomo (London School of Economics), Giorgio Monti (Tilburg University) and Ekaterina Rousseva (European Commission)

16.15-16.45 | Coffee and tea break

16.45-18.00 | The interplay between institutions, procedure and substance

Chair: Martin Farley (European Commission)

Speakers: Mark English (Quinn Emanuel), Andriani Kalintiri (City University) and Paul Nihoul (General Court) 

18.00-18.45 | Economist Notes, with Pascale Déchamps (Oxera), Giulio Federico (European Commission) and Lars Wiethaus (CRA)

18.45-20.00 | Drinks

Written by Pablo Ibanez Colomo

4 September 2019 at 5:17 pm

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