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.
- 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
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
Benefits of attending?
- Discussion of Highly Relevant Topics: Get updated on latest developments and trends of competition law in
- High-level Experts from the European Commission, National Competition Authorities, industry, private legal practice & academia
- Networking & Interaction
Enjoy exchange and Q&A via a conference app, discussion panels and
a networking lounge
- Analyse your problems and discuss your questions with the acknowledged experts from the European Commission as well as public and private practice.
Participants will receive extensive materials:
All presentations shown during the event (inclusive online access to all presentations after the training) Selection of corresponding journals published by Lexxion Confirmations of participation.
Course Material – No need to miss anything!
If you are unable to make it to the Training, you may want to order a copy of the printed material including the access data to all presentations shown during the events. The price is € 299,- (each, excl. of VAT).
If interested, please contact Johann Blain.