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UPDATED PROGRAMME: Conference at the London School of Economics (12th May, Old Theatre)

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We really look forward to seeing many of you at the conference organised by the LSE Law School in two weeks’ time (12th May, LSE’s Old Theatre). Remember that you can register for free here and that you can reach my colleagues with any inquiries via law.events@lse.ac.uk.

You will find an updated version of the programme below. The key novelty you will spot: John Newman (Deputy Director of the Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission; on leave from the University of Miami School of Law) will be sharing some thoughts (in his personal capacity) during the lunch break at LSE’s Shaw Library. We are excited that the audience will get a flavour of the US experience and perspective.

See you very soon for what promises to be a great in-person (finally!) event.

Programme

9:15-9:30 | Welcome

David Kershaw (Dean and Professor, LSE Law School).

9:30-11:00 | Looking ahead: policy matters

Andrea Coscelli (Chief Executive, Competition and Markets Authority);

Cani Fernández (President, Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia); and

Andreas Mundt (President, Bundeskartellamt).

In conversation with Thorsten Käseberg (Visiting Professor, LSE Law School and Head of Competition Policy, German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action).

11:00-11:15 | Break

11:15-12:45 | Looking ahead: substantive matters

Fernando Castillo (Principal Legal Adviser, European Commission);

Heike Schweitzer (Professor, Humboldt University of Berlin); and

Fabienne Siredey-Garnier (Vice-President, Autorité de la concurrence).

In conversation with Pablo Ibáñez Colomo (Professor, LSE Law School).

12:45-14:30 | Lunch (LSE Shaw Library)

With John Newman (Deputy Director of the Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission).

14:30-15.45 | Coordination and enforcement in the new landscape

Sarah Cardell (General Counsel, Competition and Market Authority);

Niamh Dunne (Associate Professor, LSE Law School); and

Damien Gerard (Prosecutor General, Belgian Competition Authority).

15:45-16:00 | Break

16:00-17:15 | Lessons from other regulatory regimes

Claudia Berg (General Counsel, Information Commissioner’s Office);

Martin Cave (Visiting Professor, LSE Law School and Chair, Ofgem); and

Lindsey Fussell (Group Director Networks & Communications, Ofcom).

17:15-18:30 | Drinks (LSE Shaw Library)

Written by Pablo Ibanez Colomo

28 April 2022 at 12:53 pm

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  1. Thanks for the invitation. Unfortunately I am unable to travel to London so I will miss the conference and the visit to the LSE. Will the debates be online ? kind regards, Viviana

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    Viviana Guadagni

    28 April 2022 at 1:07 pm


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