CoRe Symposium on the 6th of June 2019 in Brussels

We kindly invite you to our symposium “Transparency and Non-Discrimination Requirements for Online Platforms: Competition Law & Regulation” which will take place on the 6th of June 2019, in Brussels. The event is organized by Lexxion Publisher in cooperation with Shepard Mullin.

During this symposium, leading experts from the European Commission, national competition authorities and regulators, industry, private practice and academia will discuss the pros and cons of regulatory and competition law intervention against online platforms favouring their own goods and services.

Topics and Structure of the Symposium:

• EU Regulation on fairness and transparency in online platform trading

• Self-preferencing and non-discrimination under specific regulation

• Case study: online marketplaces & third-party retailers Case study: app stores & third-party app developers

• Google Search (Shopping) antitrust decision

• Amazon: antitrust investigations in the EU, Austria, Germany

• Effective competition law remedies

Interactive panel discussions as well as Q&A sessions leave time for exchange with high-level experts and colleagues from different countries – use the great networking opportunity!

Who should participate?

• Private legal practitioners

• Representatives from national competition authorities

• Representatives from public authorities dealing with competition law

• Representatives from national courts

• Industry representatives and in-house counsels dealing with competition law

• Economists

• Academics

Interested? You can find the registration form here:

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Lexxion Publisher

Established in 2002, Lexxion offers professional journals, books, and events closely related to legal practice. Lexxion’s products cover topics such as Competition law, State aid law, Public Procurement, Public-Private Partnerships, EU Funds, Food Law, Chemical law and Climate Law at the European level. In 2013 we have launched the State Aid Uncovered blog as a Lexxion imprint, in 2018 the CoRe Blog followed.

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