Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog

Editor: D. Daniel Sokol
University of Florida
Levin College of Law

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Competition and Telecommunications Network Sharing October 23, 2020

We invite you to the international online workshop Competition and Telecommunications Network Sharing,
organized by the Department of European Law, Faculty of Law Charles University, in cooperation with Antitrust, Czech
competition law review, with a support of the Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic and
of the law firm Rowan Legal. The attendance is free for all registered participants.
We hereby ask you to register by answering this e-mail invitation or sending expression of your interest to The webinar uses the Zoom software. Therefore, we strongly recommend to all participants to
have the Zoom application installed on their PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device ( You will be
able to join the workshop also through your usual web browser by clicking on a provided link - as all registered
participants will receive on the D-Day their personal link to the e-mail address of their registration.
Languages: English (Translation will not be provided)
Please check out the latest version of the program:
9:30-10:45 Keynote presentations
 Rita Wezenbeek, Head of Unit C1, Antitrust: Telecoms, DG Competition, European Commission
Pro’s and con’s of mobile network sharing under EU anti-trust rules
 Hana Továrková, Chair of the Czech Telecommunication Office Council
The Regulatory Role of CTU in the 5G Networks Deployment Process
 Hynek Brom, First Vice-Chairman, Czech Office for the Protection of Competition
Sharing – benefit or cartel?
10:45-11:00 break
11:00-12:30 Expert presentations
 Jan Měkota, Managing Associate, Rowan Legal, law firm
State aid rules and governmental support of rapid 5G deployment
 Martin Lukáš, Partner Weinhold Legal, law firm
Network sharing: Historical experience of virtual network operator with supervising authorities
 Jiří Kindl, Partner Skils, law firm, Charles University Law School
Network sharing and counterfactual analysis under EU competition law
 Miroslav Jakab, Charles University Law School
How well can old theories of harm apply to the new generation of networks?
 Jiří Mňuk, Masaryk University Law School and Skils, law firm
Geographical scope of mobile network sharing

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