Competition Litigation: Economics in Practice
Event date: 06/06/18
On 6th June 2018, Brick Court co-hosted a seminar with FTI Consulting and Compass Lexecon, which brought together thought leaders in the competition community to share the latest economic practices in competition litigation using real-life examples from the court room.
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).
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.