26 June 2018
Competition Law Challenges in the Motor Vehicle Sector 2018
Leading insights, in-depth guidance and practical solutions to navigate the rapidly evolving motor vehicle sector
Whether you are an OEM, dealer or repairer this is THE event to attend on competition law in Europe
What is on the Competition Law in the Motor Vehicle Sector 2018 agenda?
Review of Key National Developments Affecting the Motor Vehicle Sector
During this ever-popular session our speaker panel will ensure that you are fully up to date with current regulatory, enforcement and case law developments from across Europe and beyond. They will examine how national competition authorities are approaching the motor vehicle sector and analyse the broader regulatory landscape including likely implications of Brexit.
Reorganisation of Networks & Distribution Agreements
Our eminent speakers will offer practical insight into current challenges in organisation of networks including whether you can refuse a candidate from being part of a network and whether repair contracts can be used to sell vehicles. They will analyse the role of dealers, platforms and intermediaries in multichannel distribution.
Connected Vehicles: Data Protection, Privacy & Competition Law
Connected vehicles are posing new questions about the relationship between data protection, privacy and competition law. This session will examine who owns the data and whether it is a threat or an asset. It will analyse the obligations under GDPR and whether there are tensions between its demands and competition law.
ATTEND THE COMPETITION LAW IN THE MOTOR VEHICLE SECTOR CONFERENCE TO HEAR EXPERT SPEAKER INSIGHTS FROM:
WHY ATTEND KNECT365 LAW’S COMPETITION LAW CONFERENCES?
"Provided a great forum for raising and discussing the often unanswerable questions specific to the sector."
Legal Director, Eversheds Sutherland LLP
"An excellent fully packed update for all who work with the car industry!"
Partner, Pestalozzi Attorneys at Law
"A comprehensive up-date on what is happening in the EU within this sector."
Managing Partner, NorelidHolm