Registration & Walking lunch12.00
Fines: How to calculate the value of sales?12.30
|James BAKER||Associate Director, Frontier Economics, London|
|Milan KRISTOF||Legal Secretary, Court of Justice, Luxembourg|
|Gerald MIERSCH||Head of Unit (Cartels I), DG COMP, Brussels|
|Josh SHERER||Associate General Counsel, Competition, HSBC, London|
|Daniel VOWDEN||Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills, Brussels|
|Moderator: Kyriakos FOUNTOUKAKOS||Managing Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills, Brussels|
Dawn raids & investigations: What are the limits of the Commission’s powers?13.30
|Angélique DE BROUSSE||Senior Legal Counsel, Johnson & Johnson, Brussels|
|Craig EARNSHAW||Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting, London|
|Georgios GRYLLOS||Legal Secretary, General Court of the European Union, Luxembourg|
|Dirk VAN ERPS||Adviser to the Deputy Director-General for Antitrust and Cartels, DG COMP, Brussels|
|Moderator: Bo VESTERDORF||Consultant, Herbert Smith Freehills, Brussels - Former President of the European Court of First Instance, Luxembourg|
Coffee & Cookies14.30
Fines: How to calculate the value of sales?
Tony Woodgate, Ajit Kainth, The EU Court of justice clarifies the approach to be taken by the Commission on the issue of internal sales when setting a cartel fine (LG Display), 23 April 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2015, Art. N° 77184
Dawn Raids & Investigations: What are the limits of the Commission’s power?
This first edition of the Cartels Workshop will take place in Brussels on Thursday 16 January 2020. The seminar is organised by Concurrences in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills. Chatham House Rule applies. Attendance is by registration only. No on-site registration. The list of participants will be communicated to the speakers.
Rue de Loxum 251000 Brussels Belgium