27 February 2020
St James' Court Hotel,
UK Competition Law 2020
An exploration of evolving CMA enforcement practices, concurrent regulation, the implications of Brexit, and topical class action cases.
Highlights for UK Competition Law 2020 include:
The Definitive Review of Current UK Competition Law
Join us to delve into the key trends in UK Competition Law in 2020, including:
- Policy Updates
- Litigation and Enforcement
- Managing Horizontal and Vertical Risks
- Digital Competition
In-depth Analysis and Practical Guidance from Industry Leaders
- In-house counsel
- Eminent private practice lawyers
- Litigation funders
Advice to Help Navigate the Post-Brexit Landscape
With the uncertainty that remains around Brexit, the 2020 UK Competition Law Conference aims to clarify some of the implications of the UK leaving the European Union, which are casting a long shadow over the future of UK competition law, with particularly salient questions arising on state aid, the role of the CMA, problems of parallel regulation, and higher levels of state intervention.
Join us in February to discover which areas are likely to pose new challenges and how best to mitigate emergent risks.
Insights from In-House Counsel
Hear from leading voices across a range of industries, such as British Airways, Telefonica UK, and Lloyds Banking Group. The conference will be providing in-house perspectives on:
- Merger control
- Information exchange
- Concurrent regulation
- The Furman Review and the digital economy
An Exploration of Shifting Trends in Enforcement
Glean the latest insights directly from regulators on concurrent competition law enforcement, increasing powers, and evolving investigation practices.
The conference will also provide analysis of the CMA's recent paradigm shift, shining a spotlight on the harsher stance that has been adopted on instances of abuse of dominance, merger control, and competition law in the digital environment.
A Comprehensive Examination of Recent Class Action Cases
We will be covering the latest developments in private enforcement, with a detailed examination of prominent cases from the spate of recent class actions, including:
- The “Trucking Cartel”
- The Forex Trading Scandal
We have a number of exclusive and innovative sponsorship and speaking options, to help you demonstrate thought leadership in the Competition Law arena.
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