The first edition of the new event "Antitrust Horizon: Meet the Enforcers" organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Clifford Chance and Compass Lexecon took place in Brussels on November 15, 2022. This new event format will provide each year with an opportunity to listen and ask questions to key EU and national enforcers.
The "M&A And Digital: A More Dynamic Approach?" Chatham House Rule style round-table, in partnership with Meta, featured key presentations by Carmelo Cennamo (Professor with special responsibilities of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Copenhagen Business School (CBS)) and David Teece (Executive Chairman, Berkeley Research Group, San Francisco). The presentations, the debate and the Q&A were chaired by Frédéric Jenny (OECD - Competition Division).
3rd webinar of the “Antitrust in Developing & Emerging Economies: New Challenges in Public Interest, Big Tech, and Regionalism” Conference, organised by Concurrences in partnership with White & Case. The third panel “Do We Need New Forms of Cooperation? Higher Level Governance?” with Maria Coppola (Acting Director, Office of International Affairs, FTC), Michal Halperin (Senior Fellow, Mossavar-Rahmani Center, Kennedy School of Government, Former Head of Israel Competition Authority ), Willard Mwemba (Chief Executive Officer, COMESA Competition Commission), George Paul (Partner, White & Case), and Frédéric Jenny (Chairman, OECD Competition Committee). The closing “Wrap-Up: New York & Capetown Minute” with Dennis Davis (Former Former Judge President, Competition Appeal Court of South Africa), Harry First (Professor, NYU Law School))
2nd webinar of the “Antitrust in Developing & Emerging Economies: New Challenges in Public Interest, Big Tech, and Regionalism” Conference, organised by Concurrences in partnership with ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law. The second panel “Big Tech and Developing Countries: Can Developing Countries Harness the Opportunities and Control the Abuses?” with Paulo Burnier da Silveira (Senior Competition Expert, Competition Division, OECD), Gina Cass-Gottlieb (Chair, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission), Michal Gal (Professor, University of Haifa), Geeta Gouri (Economic Consultant), Gönenç Gürkaynak (Founding Partner, ELIG Attorneys-at-Law) and Harry First (Professor, NYU School of Law).
1st webinar of the “Antitrust in Developing & Emerging Economies: New Challenges in Public Interest, Big Tech, and Regionalism” Conference, organised by Concurrences. Opening Keynote Speech with Ebrahim Patel (Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition of South Africa, Pretoria). The first panel “Public Interest: Food, Workers, Sustainability…” with Ioannis Lianos (President, Hellenic Competition Commission), Simon Roberts (Professor, University of Johannesburg), Heidi Sada (Executive Director for International Affairs, Federal Economic Competition Commission), Doris Tshepe (Commissioner, South African Competition Commission, Pretoria) and Eleanor Fox (Professor of Law, New York University, NYU School of Law).
The “FTC’s Rulemaking Authority: Update Following Recent Developments” webinar organised by Concurrences, in partnership with CCIA, with an opening speech by William E. Kovacic (Professor, The George Washington University School of Law), followed by a panel with Svetlana Gans (Partner, Gibson Dunn), John D. Graubert (Senior Counsel, Covington & Burling, Washington D.C.), Peter Swire (Holder Chair of Law and Ethics, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business | Senior Counsel, Alston & Bird), and Amanda Wait (Head of Antitrust, Norton Rose Fulbright).
4th webinar of the "Antitrust in Asia: One size fits all?" Conference organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills. The fourth panel “In-House Counsel Roundtable: Asian Antitrust Hot Issues” with Knut Fournier (Deputy General Counsel, StubHub International), Adelaide Luke (Partner, Head of Competition, Asia, Herbert Smith Freehills), Melanie Tan (Head of Competition Law & Policy for the Asia-Pacific Region, Maersk) and Xin Roger Zhang (Senior Legal Counsel, Tencent).