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4th Annual BIICL/Linklaters Tech Antitrust Roundtable

Date: 28 November 2022

Time: 14.30 - 17.30 (UK time) Registration from 14.00 | Followed by a drinks reception

Venue: Marriot Hotel County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7PB

Event Details

The BIICL / Linklaters roundtable, now in its fourth year, brings together leading officials, academics, economists, and senior business leaders from the digital sector and disrupted corporates for an open and constructive discussion on the key issues in tech regulation and enforcement. This year, the event will have a particular focus on the next regulatory frontiers post-DMA and their implementation. It will also focus on new technologies, Web 3.0 and how traditional competition / antitrust enforcement can operate alongside the DMA and other forthcoming sector regulatory regimes, in particular here in the UK.

Event convened by The Competition Law Forum at the BIICL and Linklaters LLP

This event is hosted under the Chatham House Rule.

Keynote Speaker

Sarah Cardell, Acting CEO Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)

Panel Chairs

 Panel 1 Chair Verity Egerton-Doyle, Counsel and Co-Head of UK Tech Sector, Linklaters LLP

Panel 2 Chair: Liza Lovdahl Gormsen,  Senior Research Fellow in Competition Law and Director, Competition Law Forum at BIICL


Panel 1: Emerging regulatory framework for digital markets in the UK and beyond 

  • Tim Capel, Legal Director Information Commissioner's Office
  • Kate Collyer, Chief Economist, FCA
  • Camilla Coverly de Veale, Policy Director, Coadec
  • Jordan Ellison, Partner, Slaughter & May
  • Niall Mackenzie, Director Consumer and Competition Policy, BEIS

Panel 2: Global geopolitics and the challenges ahead regulating Web 3.0 - fintech leading the way?

  • Luisa Affuso, Chief Economist, Ofcom
  • Pavle Avramovic, Manager, Emerging Tech & Research, FCA
  • Jonathan Ford, Partner, Linklaters LLP
  • David Foster, Director, Frontier Economics
  • Thibault Schrepel, Associate Professor of Law VU Amsterdam, Faculty Affiliate Stanford University COcX Center

 Concluding remarks: Simon Prichard, Linklaters LLP


Limited spaces are available for this event. Please register your interest by clicking the link below: 


Members of the competition law forum wishing to attend can also contact the Events team. 

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