Date: 9th May 2012
Time: Not specified
Venue: Not available
Chair: Professor Rachael Mulheron, Queen Mary, University of London
Jon Lawrence, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Iain Mansfield, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
Vincent Smith, Sheppard & Smith ; Visiting Fellow BIICL
Kieron Beal QC, Blackstone Chambers
Gunnar Niels, Oxera
Additional speakers and discussants to be announced
What is this event about?
The UK government announced a consultation on 24 April on how to improve private competition actions in the UK by
- establishing the Competition Appeal Tribunal as a major venue for competition actions;
- introduce an opt-out collective actions regime for competition law cases;
- further promote ADR in competition cases; and
- continue to ensure that private actions complement the public enforcement regime.
This evening seminar gives an introduction to the proposals and a first insight into some of the issues which may arise should they be implemented.
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