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The implications of Brexit for competition law and policy

2nd May 2017

Time: 13:00-18:00 (Registration 12:30)

Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP

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Following publication of the Brexit Competition Law Working Group (BCLWG) Issues Paper and roundtable discussions held in the Autumn, the purpose of the conference is for the BCLWG to present its emerging thinking on how the Government should address the issues arising out of Brexit for the competition regime and to discuss those with attendees.

Speakers

  • Edward Coulson, Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Dr John Fingleton, Fingleton Associates
  • Prof Amelia Fletcher OBE, University of East Anglia
  • Sir Nicholas Forwood QC, White & Case and Brick Court Chambers
  • Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, British Institute of International and Comparative law
  • Ali Nikpay, Gibson Dunn
  • Nigel Parr, Ashurst
  • Simon Pritchard, Linklaters LLP
  • Jon Turner QC, Monckton Chambers
  • Sir John Vickers, University of Oxford
  • Prof Richard Whish QC, King's College London

Event chaired by Sir John Vickers and convened by Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, Director, Competition Law Forum and Senior Research Fellow, BIICL.

This conference is co-organised by the Brexit Competition Law Working Group (BCLWG) and the Competition Law Forum and is hosted under the Chatham House Rule.

Read the provisional report from BCLWG

Download the event flyer

Join the conversation @BIICL #Brexitcompetitionlaw

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