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Webinar: Competition Litigation - reviewing 2018's key developments (OnDemand)

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This webinar will provide an overview of the key developments in English Competition litigation from 2018, including the iiyama, Vattenfall, BritNed and Mastercard cartel cases.

It will also consider jurisdictions, governing law, damages assessments and procedural law.

By attending this webinar your will gain:

  • an understanding of the latest trends in decision making at the English High Court and beyond
  • awareness of the key developments from 2018’s competition cartel cases
  • practitioner tips for success
  • an insight on potential future strategies for 2019

Speakers

Scott Campbell, Partner, Hausfeld

Scott is a partner and qualified solicitor at Hausfeld and focuses on representing organisations with disputes arising out of breaches of competition law. He has over a decade’s experience of litigating competition disputes in the English High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Competition Appeal Tribunal.

Whist recognising that litigating disputes is often the only sensible way forward, Scott is also adept at resolving disputes out of Court, often by way of mediation. Scott has acted on various large cartel cases such as Marine Hoses, Paraffin Wax, Copper Fittings, Air Cargo & Carbon & Graphite Products.

Anna Morfey, Partner, Hausfeld

Anna is a partner and solicitor-advocate, with extensive litigation experience in both the English and EU courts. Anna has represented clients in a number of the highest-profile competition claims, including cartels such as Gas Insulated Switchgear (National Grid v ABB & others), Marine Hoses, Carbon and Graphite, Elevators and Escalators, Industrial Bags and Smart Card Chips, and is currently representing claimants in actions against the Bearings and Foam cartels.

Recorded on 23 January 2019

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Benefits of Membership*

Competition Section renewals

The Competition Section will provide you with support, advice, networking opportunities and enable the sharing of best practice with peers.

The current Section engagement programme has been created in consultation with the Section Advisory Committee and will focus on key issues including:

  • Compliance and regulation
  • Brexit
  • Abuse of dominance
  • Damages actions
  • Mergers
  • Cartel enforcement
  • Dawn Raids
  • Sector Inquiries

These issues will be addressed through a range of activities including: seminars, podcasts, conference, Annual dinner, webinars and a LinkedIn group.

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