9th June 2015
Time: 14:30-17:00 (Registration from 14:00)
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
This event will provide an overview of the Directive and current planning/timetabling. The limitation period for bringing a damages claim. The new disclosure requirements. The codification of the passing-on defence. The provisions on the quantification of damages. The provisions on joint and several liability. Consensual dispute resolution. The defendant's chance for settling early. The relationship between the Damages Directive and the Consumer Rights Bill.
The meeting will be followed by a drinks reception at 17:00.
- Sir Christopher Bellamy (Linklaters)
- Carl Davies (Business, Innovation & Skills)
- Peter Durrant (Business, Innovation & Skills)
- Mark Clough QC (Dentons)
- Mark Simpson (Norton Rose Fulbright)
- Hugh Stokes (Visa Europe)
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This is a Competition Law Forum event and attendance is by invitation only.
Becoming a member of the CLF
The Competition Law Forum is a centre of excellence for European competition and antitrust policy and law at BIICL. It provides a forum in which the practical application of competition policy is considered by lawyers, economists, senior business managers, public servants, public affairs professionals, consumer bodies and other specialist practitioners. The Forum identifies areas requiring debate and analysis, and provides the required forum and experts, thereby contributing to policy initiatives. In doing so it also produces leading-edge applied research, analysis and recommendations on the content, methodologies and application of competition policy at all levels of governance - national, European and global.
To enquire about becoming a member of the Forum, please contact Dr Liza Lovdahl-Gormsen, Competition Law Forum Director
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