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The International League of Competition Law (LIDC) is a long standing association which focuses on the study of competition (antitrust) law, intellectual property law and unfair competition, both at the national and international levels. It promotes mainly the principles of fairness and justice in competitive trade.
At the Torino Congress, which took place in September 18-21, 2014, the League has elected the New President, Michael Meyenburg (Austria), the First Vice-President José Antonio Faria Correa (Brazil), two Vice-Presidents, Elizabeth Eklund (Sweden), Reiner Münker (Germany) and the Deputy General Secretary, Celia Davidson (UK).
National groups members of the League
2016 - Congress in Geneva - 6-9 October
Question A : "In the case of pharmaceuticals, in what way should the application of the competition rules be affected by the specific characteristics of those products and markets (including consumer protection rules, the need to promote innovation, the need to protect public budgets, and other public interest considerations)?” ?
Rapporteur International : Stepen Dnes, Dundee University (GB)
Question B : “What rules should govern claims by suppliers about the national or geographic origin of their goods or services ?”
Rapporteur International : Simon Holzer Meyerlustenberger - Lachenal (Switzerland)
Treviso - 19-20 May, 2016 - UAE-LIDC Treviso Conference "Antitrust between EU law and national law
New York - 7 June 2016 - GCR Live 2nd Annual Antitrust Ligigation USA
Trento Summer School - 12-18 June 2016 - Advanced EU Competition Law & Economics
Other activities of the National groups associations can be found on their websites :
- 23 May 2016 at 1 pm : On-line Practices and Competition Law: an overview of case law in France (open and closed eco-systems), UK (Google/Street Map case) and Germany (Adidas and Asics case)”
The speakers will be: Dr Frédéric Jenny, Dr Jörg Witting, Olivier Fréget and Ruchit Patel
Anyone interested should please register by email to the CLA Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dial-in details will be circulated via email in advance, to all those who have registered.
Note: if you would like to ask questions to the speakers, please send these in advance via email and by no later than Thursday 12 May to the CLA Administrator, Suzanne Snook (email@example.com).
Online registration will close on Friday 20 May. Tickets will not be issued for this event. Dial-in details will be circulated via email to all registered participants, in advance of the event date.