Webinar

2nd Cartels Workshop #2 Procedural issues

2nd Webinar of the « 2nd Cartels Workshop » organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills and FTI Consulting, with Ashley Brickles (Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting), Aymeric de Moncuit (Référendaire, CJEU), Karima El Sammaa (Senior Antitrust Counsel, General Electric), Dirk Van Erps (Adviser to the Deputy Director-General for Antitrust and Cartels, DG COMP) and Daniel Vowden (Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills).

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Synthesis

Daniel Vowden opened the discussions by outlining some recent procedural developments about cartel enforcement. Noting that 2020 has proven that necessity is the mother of innovation, Mr Vowden identified a range of procedural innovations developed in response to Covid-19, including short term emergency measures permitting greater collaboration between competitors in certain sectors.

After introducing the panellists, he made some further introductory remarks, including concerning recent judicial scrutiny of the European Commission’s investigatory powers in dawn raids and privacy concerns raised in antitrust proceedings.

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Speakers

  • General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
  • DG COMP (Brussels)
  • General Electric (Paris)
  • Herbert Smith Freehills (Brussels)
  • FTI Consulting (London)

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