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Friday, November 23, 2012

16th International Conference on Competition from 20-22 March 2013 in Berlin - Save the Date!

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16th International Conference on Competition from 20-22 March 2013 in Berlin - Save the Date!

The International Conference on
Competition, hosted by the Bundeskartellamt, is one of
the most renowned international events dealing with competition law issues. At
this conference, the heads of competition authorities, antitrust lawyers,
academics, politicians, prominent representatives of international companies and
other high-ranking participants discuss current, internationally relevant issues
of competition policy and competition law.
The Bundeskartellamt is proud to
announce that it will host its
16th International
Conference on Competition
in
Berlin
on 20 - 22 March
2013.
Keynote
speeches
will be given by Dr Philipp Rösler, German Federal
Minister of Economics and Technology,
Joaquín
Almunia
, Commissioner for Competition and Vice-President of the European
Commission,
and Karl-Ludwig Kley, Chairman of the
Executive Board of Merck KGaA
.
The keynote speeches will be
followed by
four panel discussions.
In addition to the keynote
speakers,
conference participants will include Prof Dr Carl
Baudenbacher
(EFTA Court), Prof Dr Joachim Bornkamm
(Federal
Court of Justice),
Dr Fabien Curto Millet (Google, London), Albert Foer
(American Antitrust Institute, USA), Chris Fonteijn (Netherlands Competition
Authority
),
Agnete
Gersing
(Competition Authority Denmark), Daniel Goffart (Focus Magazin Verlag),
Scott
Hammond

(Department of Justice, USA),
Prof Dr Thomas Hoeren
(Law
Faculty at Münster University),
Prof Dr Michael Hüther
(Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft), Ulrich Kelber (Member of the German
Parliament),
Dr Thomas Kremer (Legal Affairs and Compliance,
Deutsche
Telekom AG),
Prof Dr Kai-Uwe Kühn (DG Competition of the European Commission),
Bruno
Lasserre

(
Autorité de
la concurrence, France
), Jon Leibowitz (Federal Trade Commission, USA),
Prof Dr
Koen Lenaerts
(Court of Justice of the European Union), Deborah P Majoras
(Procter
& Gamble),
Clive Maxwell (Office of Fair Trading, UK),
Dr Frank
Montag
(Competition Lawyers’ Association), Eduardo Pérez Motta
(Federal
Competition Commission, Mexico, Chair
of the ICN Steering Group), and
Thomas Vinje (Clifford Chance,
Brussels).
The first panel
discussion
will deal with the political content of
antitrust.
The second panel
discussion
will take a close look at the challenges
posed by different systems with different legal rights in a global
environment.
The third panel
discussion
will discuss the right balance when applying
a more economic approach in merger assessment.
The fourth panel
discussion
will deal with competition and the digital
economy.
---------------------------------
The event will start with a
welcome reception on the evening of Wednesday, 20 March. The conference will
begin in the morning of Thursday, 21 March and will end in the early afternoon
of Friday, 22 March.
The working languages of the
conference will be German and English (simultaneous translation services will be
provided).
For
more information about the conference, please visit our website
www.ikk2013.de which
will go online soon.

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I am lecture of antitrust law at state Islamic University at Indonesia, actually, I am very interesting to join the conference. Would you like to give me sponshorship to join the conference.


Mustafa Kamal Rokan

Posted by: mustafa kamal | Nov 25, 2012 5:28:03 PM

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