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28 & 29 January 2020
Sheraton Stockholm,
Stockholm, Sweden

Competition Law Nordic

Join the only truly pan-Nordic competition law forum. Hear from regulators and in-house counsel from across the region. Gain practical strategies to address your biggest competition law challenges and make lasting connections with your peers.

From the team that brings you the Advanced EU Competition Law Series

Thank you to all those who attended in 2019!

We're still putting the 2020 programme together - if you'd like to know as soon as it's ready then please register your interest by downloading last year's brochure

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Highlights at the 2019 conference included:

Join the only truly pan-Nordic forum to help you refine your competition law strategies in light of current case law and policy developments. This event brings together in-house counsel from major multinational companies, regional competition authorities and leading competition lawyers and economists to ensure that we have it covered from every angle. 

Unique Nordic Competition Authorities’ Roundtable

Hear directly from all of the regional competition authorities to ensure that you are up to date with their current priorities and enforcement trends. Our speakers will examine cooperation between the authorities and offer you a look to the future to help you plan ahead. 

New! Major Cases and Policy Developments

A new session designed specifically following the feedback from our delegates! We will examine key cases across the region over the last 12 months, focusing on similarities and divergence of approaches and helping you learn practical lessons from them.

Burden of Proof & Other Issues in Winning Cases

What should the burden of proof be in competition law cases? What theories of harm should be used? What are the difficulties in proving “by object” vs "by effect” infringements? Join this hot debate to analyse recent judgements and approaches taken by the Courts.

Compliance: Best Practice From In-house Lawyers

A session for in-house counsel, delivered by in-house counsel! Hear from your peers on how to create an effective compliance programme and get your message across to your organisation. We will also consider information gathering in light of GDPR demands.    

Gun Jumping & Other Procedural Developments

Review recent gun jumping cases and how Nordic competition authorities are approaching them. During this practical session we will examine when gun jumping is a concern for joint ventures and how businesses should approach integration planning post merger.

Vertical Restraints & Distribution

How are the Nordic competition authorities addressing vertical restraints and distribution? Analyse online vertical restraints, how luxury should be defined in view of recent cases, and resale price maintenance to help you ensure you are compliant with the regulations.

Competition Law Nordic in Numbers

Professionals attend annually - connect with your community
Eminent speakers from across the competition law world - hear from top legal minds
Countries represented: Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland - your full regional update

Networking drinks reception!

Join us for a networking drinks reception at the end of Day 1, 29th January at 17.00. 

Meet fellow in-house lawyers from major multinational companies and leading competition practitioners from across the Nordic region - share practical experiences and build communities. 

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