A one-week training programme which analyses the latest developments on EU competition law including judicial review and three full days to understand and analyse in depth the challenging relations between antitrust and the high-tech markets.
Understanding how the law governs business practices that may restrict competition in economic markets through private and public enforcement and analyzing how competition law can curb anticompetitive activities and facilitate free competition, are the raisons d’être of this training programme.
The training programme aims at promoting rigorous legal and economic analysis of competition matters and of competition policy reforms in the EU on a global scale. The course also provides a forum for discussion among and between experts and non-specialists interested in the subject.
The advanced course on EU Competition Law will enhance your knowledge on competition law through interaction with prominent experts in the field. The course aims to offer a variety of perspectives of the main areas of EU Competition law.
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