Organizing Committee: The Britisch Chamber of Commerce in Belgium
Partner: The 7R Future Leadership Institute
Date: Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Time: 18:00 – 20.30
Venue: British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium, Boulevard Bischoffsheim 11, 1000 Brussels
Topic: Trade association contacts and activities between competitors can serve a host of pro-competitive goals, but European and national antitrust rules prohibit certain types of conduct between competitors. It is essential that trade associations be aware of these rules and exercise diligence in observing them.
Content: This seminar will cover:
- examples of infringements – and how to avoid them
- new case law on facilitators
- update on membership restrictions
- competition compliance tips
Speaker: Alexandra Rogers (White & Case LLP)
Biography: Alexandra Rogers is a senior associate in the Brussels office of White & Case and has been advising on a broad range of EU and competition law issues for over six years. Alexandra has significant experience defending companies involved in cartel investigations and has assisted clients with compliance work, including dawn raid training. She acted in Nexans France v Commission, cases T-135/09 and C-37/13 P regarding the application for annulment of a dawn raid decision adopted by the European Commission in the context of an on-going competition investigation.
Booking: The 7R Future Leadership Institute has two seats. These seats are free for members of The 7R Future Leadership Institute. If interested to join us at the seminar, contact firstname.lastname@example.org