16 mai

The Price Fixer, Compliance Tales from the Other Side


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Lundi 16 mai de 15h30 à 17h30 CEST

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Concurrences is pleased to invite you to its book launch "Perspectives on Antitrust Compliance" in the presence of its editors, organised in partnership with The Brattle Group. Edited by Anne Riley, Andreas Stephan and Anny Tubbs, this book has been published in collaboration with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), with a Foreword by John WH Denton AO, Secretary General of the ICC.

At the center of the discussion is a critical analysis of the challenges to antitrust compliance from the perspective of the price-fixer, that is the individual who engages in price-fixing, rather than the company. Exploring motivation through accounts of circumstances surrounding breaches of competition law, the debate is crucial to understanding how even businesses who invest very significantly in their compliance efforts occasionally get caught out by individuals who fall through the net.



Anne RILEY | Independent Competition Consultant, Republic of Ireland (bio)
Anny TUBBS | Co-Founder, First Move Productions, Brussels (bio)



Andreas STEPHAN | Professor, University of East Anglia, Norwich (bio)

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT : Launch of the Antitrust Compliance Certificate



Rosa M. ABRANTES-METZ | Practice Co-Leader : Global Antitrust & Competition, Brattle, New York (bio)
Anne RILEY | Independent Competition Consultant, Republic of Ireland (bio)
Andreas STEPHAN | Professor, University of East Anglia, Norwich (bio)

Moderator : Bill KOVACIC | Professor, George Washington University, Washington DC


This book makes an original and timely contribution to the important debate surrounding the function and design of antitrust compliance programmes. Crowding in the immense knowledge of a selection of renowned international antitrust compliance experts including academics, in-house counsel, private practitioners, economists, consulting firms and regulators, it seeks to embrace varied perspectives rather than championing one particular vision of what good antitrust compliance should look like.

Read the Foreword by John Denton & Browse the Table of Contents

Order the book online here, and use code COMPLIANCE5 to avail of 5% launch discount.

With contributions from :

Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz (The Brattle Group), Gemma Aiolfi (Basel Institute of Governance), Mark Anderson (PwC), Sheheryar Banuri (University of East Anglia), Paula de Andrade Baqueiro (Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense - CADE), Marcio Bueno (Caminati Bueno Advogados), Rasul Butt (Hong Kong Competition Commission), Eduardo Caminati (Caminati Bueno Advogados), Majid Charania, (Canadian Competition Bureau), Emmanuel Combe (Competition Authority Paris | University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne), Mark Daniels (Norton Rose Fulbright), Fabrizio di Benedetto (Intesa Sanpolo), Sean F. Ennis (University of East Anglia), John Fingleton OBE (Fingleton), Mary C. Gentile (University of Virginia), Ian Giles (Norton Rose Fulbright), Ben Graham (Anheuser-Busch InBev), Dina Kalla (Ericsson), Helen Kirk (PwC), Paul Lugard (Baker Botts), Fran Marwood (PwC), Andrew McBride (Albemarle Corporation), Timothy McIver (Debevoise & Plimpton), Albert D. Metz (The Brattle Group), Amelia Miazad (University of California, Berkeley), Dirk Middleschulte (Unilever), Guilherme Misale (Caminati Bueno Advogados), Samantha Mobley (Baker McKenzie), Constance Monnier (University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne), Paula Morrone (Tasa Logistica), Joseph E. Murphy (Compliance Strategists), Grant Murray (Baker Mckenzie), Sergio Napolitano (Medicines For Europe), Sarah Newton (Google), Kirstie Nicholson (BHP Billiton), Ann O’Brien (BakerHostetler), Martin Piper (PwC), Jane Shvets (Debevoise & Plimpton), Paula Farani de Azevedo Silveira (Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense - CADE), Tatiane Siqui (Caminati Bueno Advogados), Alyse F. Stach (BakerHostetler), David Stallibrass (Fingleton), Anneleen Straetemans (ZX Ventures), Cecilia Müller Torbrand (The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network), Nadia Vassos (Australian Competition Commission - ACCC), Jonathan Wheatcroft (PwC)


This webinar is organized by Concurrences and validated by the EFB as part of the continuing education program for lawyers of the Paris Bar. The list of participants will be communicated to the speakers. The official hashtag of this event on our social media is #ComplianceBookLaunch. Use it to follow the updates and add your contributions to the discussions. See above this page for links to our social media accounts. Conference accredited by the Paris Bar.