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GCR Live: Should EU cartel fines be more predictable?

GCR Live: Should EU cartel fines be more predictable?

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DG Comp today defended itself against accusations that EU cartel fines are unpredictable, saying that few enforcement organisations can match it for transparency and predictability. David Vascott in Brussels.

GCR Live: Experts tussle over importance of complex competition economics

GCR Live: Experts tussle over importance of complex competition economics

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Panellists sparred passionately at a lively debate on the merits of sophisticated economics in competition enforcement at GCR Live's 4th Annual Brussels conference. Faaez Samadi in Brussels

GCR Live: “Age of affirmation” for arbitration in competition

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Arbitration is an increasingly valuable resource in competition disputes, offering numerous benefits over litigation in national courts, say panellists at GCR Live. Katy Oglethorpe in Brussels

In-house panel, DG Markt and symposium session among GCR Live Brussels innovations

In-house panel, DG Markt and symposium session among GCR Live Brussels innovations

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A keynote speech by the EU Director General of Internal Market, in-house counsel on their frustrations with antitrust, and a wide-ranging question-and-answer session are only some of the novelties awaiting the audience at the most ambitious GCR Live Brussels conference to date.

GCR Live: BIS unpacks private damages consultation

GCR Live: BIS unpacks private damages consultation

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Speaking at GCR Live’s 4th Annual Competition Litigation Conference in London today, Iain Mansfield, assistant director of the Competition Policy Directorate at the UK government’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), outlined the government’s position following last year’s consultation on options for reforming the country’s private antitrust litigation regime.

GCR Live: General Court discovery rulings may undermine EU leniency programme

GCR Live: General Court discovery rulings may undermine EU leniency programme

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Mark Hoskins QC of Brick Court Chambers says the European Commission's fight to keep leniency documents out of the hands of claimants could be in jeopardy following several European court rulings, including Pfleiderer.

Bellamy, Kovacic, Bishop and Fletcher to debate worth of economics at GCR Live Brx

Bellamy, Kovacic, Bishop and Fletcher to debate worth of economics at GCR Live Brx

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Some influential figures will go head to head in GCR's first Oxford Union-style debate later this year, part of GCR's two day GCR Live Brussels event, debating whether fancier economics equals better enforcement.

GCR Live to focus on bigger picture in Brussels

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GCR’s 4th Annual Brussels conference this November promises to be the most interactive yet, with a number of new formats to encourage audience participation and a new focus on the ‘bigger picture’ of competition law.

Deutsche Börse/NYSE battle revived at GCR Live

Deutsche Börse/NYSE battle revived at GCR Live

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Counsel to NYSE Euronext and financial institutions who took part in the landmark Deutsche Börse/NYSE merger review revisited the reasoning that ultimately led to the prohibition of the stock exchanges US$10.2 billion merger by the European Commission.

Antitrust and Wall Street – coming to GCR Live

Antitrust and Wall Street – coming to GCR Live

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Few US lawyers have been as central to recent antitrust investigations in the financial services sector as the two latest speakers to join the roster for GCR Live – Financial Services and Competition Law 2012, which will be in London on 20 June.