Thursday, January 19, 2017

Innovation Economics for Antitrust Lawyers, Friday 3 February

Concurrences Review, in partnership with King’s College London, will hold the first edition of their annual joint conference “Innovation Economics for Antitrust Lawyers » on Friday 3 February, from 08.30am to 6.00pm, at King’s College, Strand, WC2R 2LS London.
Speakers include:
William Allan, Member, Competition Appeal Tribunal, London
Lord David Currie, Chairman, Competition and Markets Authority, London
- Frédéric Jenny, Chairman, OECD Competition Committee | Professor, ESSEC, Paris
Miguel de la Mano, Managing Director, Compass Lexecon Europe, Barcelona/Brussels 
Maurits Dolmans, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, London/Brussels
Ariel Ezrachi, Slaughter and May Professor of Competition Law, The University of Oxford
- Alison Jones, Professor, King’s College London
William E. Kovacic, Professor, King’s College London | Non-Executive Director, Competition and Markets Authority, London
- Thomas Kramler, Head of Sector, Task Force Digital Single Market, DG COMP, Brussels
- Valérie Meunier, Vice President, Compass Lexecon, Paris
- Andreas Mundt, President, Bundeskartellamt, Bonn / Chairman, ICN
Renato Nazzini, Professor, King’s College London
Damien Neven, Professor of Economics, The Graduate Institute, Geneva | Senior consultant, Compass Lexecon
Jorge Padilla, Senior Managing Director – Head, Compass Lexecon Europe, Barcelona/Brussels
- Mark Powell, Partner, White & Case, Brussels
Vivien Rose, Chairman, Competition Appeal Tribunal, London
Maurice Stucke, Professor of Law, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Deirdre Trapp, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, London
Thomas Vinje, Partner, Clifford Chance, Brussels
- Richard Whish, Professor King’s College London
- Wouter Wils, Visiting Professor, King’s College London / Hearing Officer, European Commission
There will be four panels:
- Privacy & Big Data: Can the Big Data Companies be Coerced?
- e-Commerce and the Single Market: A Renewed Point of View?
- Do New Technologies Impact Cartels Formation and Functioning?
- Disruptive Technologies: Is Antitrust Policy Antiproductive?
You can find the detailed program on the dedicated website:

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