Date: 22 February 2024
Time: 13.00 - 15.00 CET Registration and lunch 12.30 CET
The European Commission has announced that it will replace its enforcement priorities for exclusionary abuses under Article 102 TFEU with substantive guidelines. This Roundtable discussion will consider the content of such guidelines.
The adoption of guidelines occurs at a time of significant change in competition policy and a number of legal instruments are now available to the European Commission. We will consider those various legal instruments and the consistency between those.
With the enactment of the DMA Regulation, there appear to be significant misunderstandings around the more economics-based approach. We will use our discussion to clarify such misunderstandings.
Finally, we will discuss the right of defence and options available for businesses.
This event will be held under Chatham House Rule
Event convened by: Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, Senior Research Fellow in Competition Law and Co-Director, Competition Law Forum
Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, Senior Research Fellow in Competition Law and Director, Competition Law Forum
- Peter Alexiadis, Visiting Professor, King's College London
- Eliana Garces, Senior Advisor, Analysis Group
- Assimakis Komninos, Partner, White & Case
- Alfonso Lamadrid, Partner, Garrigues
- Pinelopi Stamou, European Commission
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