We are pleased to invite you to the ICC-Baker McKenzie Thirteenth Annual Conference 2019 on “Trends and Developments in Global Competition Law”, which will be held on Friday 7 June 2019 in Brussels.

This year, the conference will address significant developments of great interest to corporate counsel, private practitioners, policy-makers, competition enforcement officials and academics in the major areas: international merger control; international cartel enforcement; private enforcement; and a debate about the degree of intervention by competition authorities. 

Our faculty of speaker includes:

  • Johannes Boner, General Counsel, Sappi Europe
  • Aaron Hoag, Chief of Technology and Financial Services Section, US Dept. of Justice
  • Akira Inoue, Partner, Baker McKenzie, Tokyo
  • Maria Ioannidou, Sr. Lecturer in Competition Law, Deputy Director, ICC Queen Mary University of London
  • Frank Kroes, Partner, Baker McKenzie, Amsterdam
  • Tim Lamb, Associate General Counsel – Competition and Regulatory, Facebook
  • Phillip Marsden, Bank of England, FCA, OFGEM, PSR, CRA
  • Gerald Maesch, Professor, University of Muenster
  • Gerald Miersch, Head of Unit, DG Competition, European Commission
  • Dirk Middelschulte, Global General Counsel – Competition, Unilever
  • Samantha Mobley, Partner, Baker McKenzie, London
  • Savvas S. Papasavvas, Judge, General Court of the European Union
  • Martijn Snoep, Chairman of the Netherlands Authority for Consumer and Markets (ACM)
  • David Tayar, Partner, Clifford Chance, Paris
  • Julia Topel, Director, Head of 6th Decision Division, Bundeskartellamt
  • Anna Vernet, Head of Unit, DG Competition, European Commission

We look forward to having the pleasure of welcoming you on the day.

About this event

Friday, 7 June 2019
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo 38, 1000 Brussels
Conference Fees:

Click here to view the full event program.
Click here to register.


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