What can we learn from recent decisions and judgements?
The annual Competition Law 2021 Conference is designed to help you gain insight of the key changes and developments in competition law over the past year.
The conference is packed with updates on developments in competition law combined with practical insight into its application in practice.
The presentations are given by well recognized experts from various backgrounds.
Join us and make sure you are fully aware of the implications that the significant developments in competition law have for your organization or for the clients you advise.
What to expect
DG Competition – Recent Activities
EU competition cases in the European courts (GC/ECJ)
A Review of the European Commission’s Current Competition Policy Initiatives
When is a threshold not a threshold? – Expansion of jurisdictional reach in merger control
Executive Vice-President of the European Commission
Commissioner for Competition
Honorary Queen’s Counsel,
Emeritus Professor King ́s College London
”A very informative and interesting lecture. Easy to follow. It was a pleasure to listen to his lecture, you could see that he is a good performer and knows how to perform in front of an audience – probably due to his experience in teaching.””Excellent – as always! I never get tired of listening to Richard Whish. He has the ability to explain the cases in a way that everyone understands even the small details of the cases.”
Partner, Head of Competition & Public Procurement
Dittmar & Indrenius Attorneys
Partner Ilkka Leppihalme heads the Competition & Public Procurement practice of Dittmar & Indrenius. He has been involved in various...
Partner Ilkka Leppihalme heads the Competition & Public Procurement practice of Dittmar & Indrenius. He has been involved in various landmark competition cases, including the largest competition cases in Finland. He regularly assesses potential competition law issues in a transactional context and possesses significant experience in both domestic and multijurisdictional merger control procedures across a wide range of industries. He has represented clients in numerous significant competition law related damages cases; also as an expert on Finnish law in international competition damages cases.
Prior to joining Dittmar & Indrenius Ilkka Leppihalme made a distinguished career as a Partner and Head of Competition in another leading law firm in Finland. Prior to this, he was with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Brussels.
Leppihalme is one of the few members of the Competition Law Expert Group of the Finnish Bar Association. He has been a Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network, a network of more than 130 competition authorities, since 2010. He is a regular chairman and speaker at competition law conferences and seminars. He is listed as a leading competition law expert in all major international ranking publications.
Slaughter and May
Anna is the head of the Slaughter and May Brussels office. She has a broad competition practice, including advising on...
Anna is the head of the Slaughter and May Brussels office. She has a broad competition practice, including advising on mergers, cartels and market investigations. She has dealt extensively with the European Commission and the UK Competition and Markets Authority, as well as other regulators around the world. Her recent merger control experience includes several high profile transactions such as International Airlines Group/Aer Lingus, bmi and Air Europa, Salesforce/Tableau Software and Slack, DS Smith/Europac, and Takeaway/Just Eat. She also regularly acts on antitrust and litigious matters, including advising British Airways in relation to the air cargo antitrust proceedings, the multi-jurisdictional air cargo litigation, and on its appeals to the European Courts. Anna is recognised as a leading competition lawyer by Chambers, Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal. She won the 2019 Client Choice Award for Competition & Antitrust in the European Union and was previously named as “Lawyer of the Year – Under 40” by Global Competition Review.
Sidley Austin LLP
Kristina Nordlander, co-leader of Sidley’s Antitrust/Competition group, has a thriving EU competition and litigation practice representing major companies in various...
Kristina Nordlander, co-leader of Sidley’s Antitrust/Competition group, has a thriving EU competition and litigation practice representing major companies in various sectors. Kristina is a skilled advocate and has led high-stakes antitrust investigations before the European Commission and precedent-setting litigation before the EU Courts. Kristina advises clients on all aspects of EU competition law, including merger control, cartels, abuse of dominance and other anti-competitive behavior. Kristina also focuses on EU competition law enforcement issues impacting the digital single market, online selling, mobile and electronic payments and other technology. Kristina founded the Women’s Competition Network and was named a 2017 “Top 10 Innovator” in Europe by the Financial Times.
John Ratliff is a partner in the Brussels office of WilmerHale. He has more than 30 years of experience as...
John Ratliff is a partner in the Brussels office of WilmerHale. He has more than 30 years of experience as an advocate and adviser on all aspects of EU Competition law.
He has handled numerous merger control cases before the European Commission and worldwide (both EC Phase 1 and Phase 2 proceedings, several with remedies). He also advises on a wide range of transactional issues, recently including sustainability issues. He has also been involved in cartel and other infringement defences; and acted for several complainants before the European Commission on access issues. He also advises on REMIT and energy market manipulation issues.
He studied at University College, Oxford and is qualified as an avocat in Brussels and a Barrister at the Bar of England and Wales. He was a trainee in the European Commission’s Legal Service, then studied in Germany and the Netherlands and worked in Paris and London, before moving to Brussels.
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Radisson Blu Seaside Hotel
Only minutes from the city center, the Radisson Blu Seaside Hotel in Helsinki sits perched on the harbor's edge, next to the Gulf of Finland. Located in the Ruoholahti business district and next to the Jätkäsaari district, the hotel provides easy access to a variety of transport options to explore the Finnish capital. Two tram lines stop right next to the hotel, and the Ruoholahti Metro Station is within walking distance. You can also connect with bus and the main railway station just 2 kilometers away.
From Rautatieasema tram station, take tram line 7 towards Länsiterminaali or line 9 towards Jätkäsaari. Travel 4 stops and exit at Västra länken station. Walk approx. 120 meters and you will arrive at the hotel.
Alternatively, take tram line 6 towards Hietalahti, travel 8 stops and exit at the last station. From there, the hotel is just 50 meters away.
If you have a car, you can take advantage of on-site parking at the hotel for a small fee. There is also a parking hall with some parking spots with parking fee for the hotel quests.
If you need accommodation during your stay, you can use Alma Talent’s special prices to the hotels mentioned above. When booking say that you are attending Alma Talent -seminar in that hotel.
- Radisson Blu -hotels and SOKOS-hotels: discount -11 % from Flex-price
- Clarion Hotels: discount -15 % from the current day BAR-room price