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The deadline for saving US$300 on attending GCR Live’s first-ever conference in New York is midnight tomorrow.
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Deborah Feinstein, recently appointed director of the competition bureau at the US Federal Trade Commission, will raise the curtain at GCR Live’s first-ever conference in New York in September.
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A rare chance to hear lawyers, judges, economists and enforcers all discussing the antitrust law-intellectual property intersection is coming up at GCR Live: IP & Antitrust in Brussels next month.
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Top in-house counsel will offer their own experience of competitive issues in retail markets at this year’s GCR Live: 4th Annual Competition Law, Consumer Goods and Retail conference in London.
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Leading representatives from the UK’s Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, the Office of Fair Trading and the European Commission are just some of the speakers at this year’s GCR Live: 4th Annual Competition Law, Consumer Goods and Retail conference in London.
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Ron Knox and Faaez Samadi send dispatches from GCR's Second Annual Law Leaders Forum in Miami, where top antitrust officials and practitioners debated the future of public and private enforcement.
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Several antitrust officials from Asia’s leading agencies will speak at this year’s GCR Live: 2nd Annual Law Leaders Asia-Pacific conference in Singapore, including China’s State Administration for Industry & Commerce.
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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.
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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.
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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.