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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Competition Enforcement in the Recently Acceded Member States

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Competition Enforcement in the Recently Acceded Member States

Location: Budapest - Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences
Date: 08 May 2009

 Keyonote address

The keynote address is delivered by Zoltán Nagy, the President of Gazdasági Versenyhivatal, the Hungarian competition authority

Assessment of Anticompetitive AgreementsChair: Tihamér Tóth, (President of the Competition Council, GVH)

Tibor Szántó, (Member of the Competition  Council, GVH)

Małgorzata Kozak, (Vice President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection,  Poland)

Dorothy Hansberry, (Partner, Wardyński i  Wspólnicy sp.k.)

Gábor Fejes, (Hungarian Competition Law  Association)

Assessment  of Unilateral Conduct

Chair: Philip Marsden (Board Member, Office of Fair  Trading and British Institute   of International and Comparative  Law)

Gergely  Csorba, (Chief Economist, GVH)

Robert  Neruda (Vice Chairman, Office for the Protection of Competition, Czech Republic)

Assimakis Komninos (Senior Associate, White and Case)

Pál Szilágyi, (Director, Competition Law  Research Centre, PPKE-JAK)

Impact of the Financial Crises in Developing Economies

Chair: Hilary Jennings,  (Head of Competition Outreach, OECD)

Antonio  Capobianco, (Senior Competition Expert, OECD)

Ioannis Kokkoris, (Principal Case  Officer, Office of Fair Trading, City   University)

Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, (University of Warwick)

Krisztian Katona, (US Federal Trade  Commission)

Closing address

The closing address is delivered by Robert Neruda, the Vice Chairman of the Office  for the Protection of Competition, Czech Republic.

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