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Competition Litigation: Economics in Practice

Event date: 06/06/18

We invite you to a seminar co-hosted with FTI Consulting and Compass Lexecon, which will bring together thought leaders in the competition community to share the latest economic practices in competition litigation using real-life examples from the court room.

Programme

3:45pm Registration

4:10pm Welcome

4:15pm Panel one: Efficiencies: Interchange fees and Application of Article 101   
How to navigate the lines between law, facts and economics; how to deal with the standard of proof; and how we can make the complex comprehensible, in the context of litigation. 

Chair: Fergus Randolph QC (Brick Court Chambers). 
Panel members: Neil Dryden (Compass Lexecon), David Bailey (Brick Court Chambers).

5:30pm Refreshments

5:45pm Panel two: Competition Damages 
What we can learn from recent damages cases; what the courts expect a well-prepared damages case should look like; and tricks of deception used in damages cases and how to spot them. 

Chair: Thilo Klein (Compass Lexecon). 
Panel members: Marie Demetriou QC (Brick Court Chambers), Greg Harman and Meloria Meschi of FTI Consulting.

7:00pm Networking drinks

To secure your place at this event please register online here

For all queries please contact Chanelle.Coulson@fticonsulting.com 


 

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