The Global Competition Review hosts their 11th Live Competition Litigation Conference on 3rd October 2019. High-level practitioners, in-house counsel, experts and academics will travel to London from around the globe, to connect with like-minded individuals and learn from expert panellists.
The conference will explore a range of topics including how collective actions are becoming increasingly technical and will provide some insight into how to deal with multiple claims in multiple jurisdictions. The sessions, which are discussion led, offer the audience an exclusive interactive opportunity to share their views on the competition litigation topics currently on everyone’s mind.
Laurent Geelhand, managing partner of Brussels and Paris and partner in London, co-chairs the conference alongside Hogan Lovells’ Nicholas Heaton. Scott Campbell who heads up the Competition Disputes’ team in London, will moderate the afternoon panel discussing ‘Settlements with the European Commission and their impact on damages claims’. They will consider whether any amendments to the regime should be considered to protect the interests of parties affected by competition infringements.
The day comes to a close with more networking during a drinks reception.