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As Europe prepares for a rise in private follow-on claims after the European Parliament passed the damages directive, a GCR conference next week will explore the latest hot topics in European and UK litigation.
Premium 23 September 2014
Last week saw GCR Live return to the Big Apple, bringing together competition law’s best and brightest for a day of discussion.
Premium 28 July 2014
Now in its 2nd year, GCR Live New York will bring together some of the biggest names in antitrust including four US antitrust officials.
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Antitrust specialists today voiced concerns over Google’s commitments to the European Commission to address abuse of dominance allegations in the online search market, suggesting that the proposals will not go far enough to rein in the company’s supposedly anti-competitive practices. Leo Szolnoki at GCR Live: Telecoms Media and Technology.
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Delegates to GCR Live’s annual IP & Antitrust conference in Brussels are preparing to parse the myriad issues facing high tech companies balancing the power granted by patents with the potential for antitrust foul play.
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Canada’s new government official in charge of foreign investment review will speak at GCR Live in New York this week in his first public outing since taking the job.
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GCR Live will host two conferences next month that spotlight issues in intellectual property and technology, and feature programmes including economists, in-house counsel, practitioners and top regulators.
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Members of DG Comp, and various industry representatives, including an officer from a company that has been a vocal critic of Google, are on the bill for GCR Live’s 3rd Annual Telecoms, Media & Technology in London on 26 June – which will look at both specific cases, and broader questions of policy.
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Issues of injunctive relief, remedies, and hold-out tactics are due to get an airing at GCR Live IP and Antitrust in Washington, DC next week.
Premium 10 March 2014
The audience and judges at a Oxford-Union style debate last week backed arguments that emerging competition authorities should go after easy targets to deter more serious anti-competitive activity.