Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The Oxford University Centre for Competition Law & Policy, in conjunction with the Oxford/Stockholm Soderberg Venture and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement will host a round table discussion on Private Enforcement and Access to Justice on Tuesday 29 April 2014.
The event will take place at Pembroke College, Oxford, OX1 1DW.
Tuesday 29 April 2014
13h15-14h15 Registration and buffet lunch
14h15-16h15 Session I
16h15-16h45 Coffee break
16h30-18h45 Session II
18h45 End of conference
Speakers and papers:
- Morten Hviid, and Michael Harker, UEA Law School, ‘Standing and antitrust injury - Who can bring a private competition action?’
- Maria Ioannidou, Surrey University, ‘Public compensation and access to justice’
- Arianna Andreangeli, Edinburgh University, ‘The role of the Competition Appeal Tribunal’
- Barry Rodger, University of Strathclyde, ‘The Consumer Rights Bill and collective redress’
- Sebastian Peyer, Leicester University, ‘Access to confidential information in the EU and UK - are the standards converging?’
- Ulf Bernitz, IECL Oxford and Caroline Heide-Jorgensen, University of Copenhagen, ‘The Commission's proposal for a Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions’
- Christopher Hodges, Oxford University, 'Comparing methods of delivering redress: voluntary, ADR, private, and public; and the relevance of enforcement policy'
- Lars Henriksson, Stockholm School of Economics, ‘Economic evidence and standard of proof in competition litigation’
Participation and registration:
We have a limited number of places available for this event.
Participation is free of charge, but registration is required.
If you would like to attend, please email the CCLP administrator, Ms. Jenny Dix (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 1st April 2014.
Your registration and participation will be confirmed on 2nd April 2014.