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Chillin’Competition Conference 2019- The Program

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It’s time to start disclosing some details:

The Chillin’Competition conference marking our 10th anniversary will take place on 9 December 2019 at L’Arsenal (Chaussée de Wavre 950, 1040 Bruxelles, pictured above). Registrations will open up next Tuesday (5 November) at 10.am Brussels time via a link that will be made available on the blog.

We are thrilled that the conference will feature keynote interventions by Commissioner Vestager and General Court President Marc van der Woude. We are  also very grateful to all speakers for accepting our invitation to focus on what we believe are the current key themes in competition law,  and to our soon-to-be disclosed sponsors (anyone interested can still drop us a line).

And this is this the program:

THE CHILLIN’COMPETITION CONFERENCE 2019

9.00-9.30: Registration

9.30-10.00: The 10-Year Challenge

Alfonso Lamadrid (Garrigues)

10.00-11.15: 10 Years of Enforcement by the European Commission

Kim Dietzel (Herbert Smith Freehills)

Lars Kjolbye (Latham & Watkins)

Kai-Uwe Kühn (University of East Anglia and The Brattle Group)

Nicolas Petit (University of Liège)

Vanessa Turner (Allen & Overy)

Chair: Lewis Crofts (MLex)

11.15-12: Keynote by Commissioner Margrethe Vestager

12.00-13.00: Ted@Chillin’Competition

Maurits Dolmans (Cleary Gottlieb)

Philip Marsden (Bank of England, College of Europe, CRA)

Frank Montag (Freshfields)

Jorge Padilla (Compass Lexecon)

13.00-14.30: Lunch

14.30-15.30: A New Competition Law for a New Decade? Chillin’ with:

Renata Hesse (Sullivan & Cromwell)

Heike Schweitzer (Humboldt University Berlin, Special Adviser to Commissioner Vestager)

John Sutton (LSE)

15.30-16.45: Articulating the Effects-Based Approach

Christian Ahlborn (Linklaters)

Svend Albaek (European Commission)

Avantika Chowdhury (Oxera)

James Killick (White & Case)

Christian Riis-Madsen (GibsonDunn)

Chair: Pablo Ibáñez Colomo (LSE and College of Europe)

16.45-17.15: Coffee Break

17.15-18.30:  Meeting or Shifting- The Burden of Proof

Eric Barbier de la Serre (Jones Day)

Kevin Coates (Covington & Burling)

Leigh Hancher (Baker Botts)

Kristina Nordlander (Sidley)

Nigel Parr (Ashurst)

Chair: Alfonso Lamadrid (Garrigues)

18.30-19.15: Closing Keynote by President Marc van der Woude

19.15-21.00 Drinks

 

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

30 October 2019 at 6:46 pm

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  1. Philip Andrews

    4 November 2019 at 2:49 pm


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