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Cartel litigation on show at GCR Live Asia-Pacific

Cartel litigation on show at GCR Live Asia-Pacific

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Some illustrious names will collaborate to present a case study session on the hot topic of follow-on litigation at the upcoming GCR Live 2nd Annual law Leaders Asia-Pacific Forum in Singapore on 14 March.

FTC Commissioner Wright to speak at GCR Live

FTC Commissioner Wright to speak at GCR Live

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Joshua Wright, the newly appointed commissioner of the US Federal Trade Commission, will be speaking about antitrust enforcement in the internet and e-commerce world at GCR Live’s 2nd Annual Antitrust Law Leaders Forum in Miami.

GCR Live: Legal privilege top of in-house counsel aggravations

GCR Live: Legal privilege top of in-house counsel aggravations

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A panel of in-house counsel led by Visa’s Vanessa Turner highlighted the five things about competition law that annoy them most, with enforcers’ approaches to compliance and legal privilege high on the list. Stefano Berra in Brussels.

GCR Live: Apple v Samsung

GCR Live: Apple v Samsung

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Counsel to Apple and Samsung went head-to-head yesterday at GCR Live Brussels, giving the audience a glimpse of the worldwide smartphones and patent battle. Stefano Berra in Brussels.

GCR Live: Symposium battles over merger convergence

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Differing processes impede complete EU and US convergence in merger reviews, while political considerations not related to competition in certain regimes can produce unpredictable outcomes. Katy Oglethorpe in Brussels

GCR Live: DG Markt to reform rating agencies and auditing

GCR Live: DG Markt to reform rating agencies and auditing

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Jonathan Faull, the European Commission’s director general of internal market and services, has said DG Markt is developing a reform of the rating agencies and auditing markets in cooperation with DG Comp. Stefano Berra in Brussels.

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

Premium 30 October 2012

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.