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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Competition Law and the Pharmaceutical Industry conference - 17 May 2011

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

The conference will be held on 17 May 2011 from 10am to 6pm in the Mary Sunley Building, St Catherines College, Manor Road, Oxford. The Registration Fee includes all conference materials, refreshments and a buffet lunch.

The Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy will host a one day conference on Competition Law and the Pharmaceutical Industry on Tuesday, 17 May 2011.

The event is scheduled to start at 10h00 and will feature leading academics, practitioners and competition officials. Confirmed speakers include:

-Steven Anderman, University of Essex

-Ulf Bernitz, IECL, University of Oxford

-Michael Carrier – Rutgers University

-Elisabeth Eklund - Advokatfirman Delphi, Sweden

-Hugh M. Hollman - US FTC

-Helen Jenkins – OXERA

-Hans Henrik Lidgard, University of Lund

-Ian Karet - Linklaters

-Greg Perry - European Generic Medicines Association

-Julia Pike - Sandoz International GmbH

-Simon Priddis - Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

-Dominik Schnichels - EU Commission

-Steve Shadowen - Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin

-Geoffrey Steadman – UK OFT

-Pat Treacy - Bristows

-Mark Williams – NERA

 

Places for this conference are limited and early registration is advisable. To register, please visit the conference registration and payment page. The registration fee of £35 includes the conference materials, refreshments and a buffet lunch. 

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