The IICJ third annual competition law conference will gather together Senior In-House Counsel, Editorial Board Members, Authors and Subscribers to the International In-house Counsel Journal. Hosted at the Law Society in London delegates will be able to network with their peers and to formulate their own strategies to develop their own internal competition law framework.
Bringing together senior in-house counsel, this conference will provide you with an ideal opportunity to discover the strategies and solutions companies are adopting across the full range of in-house counsel competition law issues.
With over 14 senior in-house counsel and competition experts presenting or participating in panel sessions the IICJ competition law conference is a must attend event, providing delegates with a sound insight into how they manage their organisations competition obligations effectively.
Focusing on "hot” topics such as:
Private enforcement of competition law in the UK courts
Challenges of vertical Antitrust compliance
National Identity of Competition Law
Big Data and Competition
Competition Compliance Programmes
This interactive day will enable delegates to learn the latest
strategies being adopted in-house and particular attention will be
paid to the BREXIT situation and how this will impact competition
legislation and enforcement in the coming months an years ahead.
The speaker faculty is drawn from the following organisations:
Aviva, Brick Court, BSH Hausgerate, BT, Coca Cola,
Competition Markets Authority, Euroclear, Fried Frank, Nokia, Royal
Bank of Scotland, Sumitomo Electric Industries
Here's a preview of what to expect:
Click here to see the agenda.
Who will be attending:
Senior In-house Counsel drawn from all business sectors across the Europe and North America are expected to attend.
With the exception of the conference sponsors all those attending will be in-house counsel, which means that discussion will centre around in-house legal matters.