Webinar

Competition Policy and the EU Green Deal

Webinar organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Cleary Gottlieb and Oxera, with Simon Holmes (Judge, Competition Appeal Tribunal | Visiting Professor, University of Oxford), Dirk Middelschulte (Global General Counsel Competition, Unilever), Martijn Snoep (Chairman, Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets), Maurits Dolmans (Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton) and Nicole Robins (Partner, Oxera).

This webinar was organised on the occasion of the launch of the book "Competition Law, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability", edited by Simon Holmes, Dirk Middelschulte and Martijn Snoep.

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SYNTHESIS

BOOK PRESENTATION:

Simon Holmes began by introducing the book, highlighting that it had been written and edited within a year thanks to a collective effort from the co-editors, Dirk Middelschulte, Global General Counsel Competition at Unilever, and Martijn Snoep, the Chairman of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets. He also thanked the wide range of authors, which include leading practitioners, academics, lawyers, and economists, for their time and energy contributed to the book.

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Speakers

  • University of Oxford
  • Netherlands Authority for Consumers & Markets (The Hague)
  • Unilever (Brussels)
  • Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (London)
  • Oxera (Brussels)