Learn how to navigate competition law and ensure compliance while maximising opportunities for your business
15 Mar 2022 + 1 more date
Are you confident your business is practising within the boundaries of competition law in your jurisdictions? This course focuses on the fundamental principles and key elements of competition law in the EU and UK, and how compliance works in practice. It will give delegates up-to-date information about anticipated changes and the steps companies need to take to be ready for them.
The repercussions of breaching competition law are severe and can include:
You need to be aware of how competition law applies to your business and how you can reduce the risk of infringement. By learning how to put a comprehensive compliance policy in place and understanding how to enforce it, you can avoid violations and their consequences. This intensive course will help you identify and manage these risks and ensure you’re equipped to deal with complaints and the consequences of non-compliance.
The programme covers competition law not only in the real world but also the digital world. It explores jurisdictional issues, including the long-arm US jurisdiction, and will give you practical tips on dealing with investigations and complaints. The course will take a very interactive approach, with plenty of opportunities for discussion and questions and answers.
By attending this event you will:
This course will be particularly beneficial to:
Delegates will in small groups discuss several case studies relating to:
Rebecca Attree, M.A. (Cantab), Attree & Co is a qualified solicitor, experienced Civil and Commercial Mediator and trainer based in London.
A Cambridge graduate, Rebecca worked for City law firms Richards Butler (now Reed Smith) and Laytons before setting up her own international commercial law practice, Attree & Co in 1995. She now works as an independent mediator and trainer.
Rebecca has extensive experience in negotiating and drafting cross-border collaboration and joint venture agreements and licensing software agreements. She has considerable knowledge of international law, intellectual property law, competition law, drafting commercial contracts and dispute resolution.
Rebecca has also trained thousands of lawyers and business executives over the last 25 years in Europe and beyond on a wide range of skills for lawyers and commercial law topics.
She is the author of ‘International Commercial Agreements’ (Thorogood), a contributor to European Economic Interest Groups (Jordans), and co-editor with Patrick Kelly of European Product Liabilities (Butterworths).
As a mediator, Rebecca facilitates parties to resolve commercial contract disputes that frequently relate to joint ventures and intellectual property rights.
15 Mar 2022
09:30-17:30 UK (London) (UTC+00)
10:30-18:30 Paris (UTC+01)
05:30-13:30 New York (UTC-04)
Course code 11577
Until 08 Feb
29 Sep 2022
09:30-17:30 UK (London) (UTC+01)
10:30-18:30 Paris (UTC+02)
04:30-12:30 New York (UTC-04)
Course code 11709
Until 25 Aug
The course was well planned and covered relevant and practically useful topics.
Mar 21 2019
Solicitor, ESB Enterprise Services