Download our competition law webinar covering EU and UK competition law highlights in 2016 with Greg Olsen and Nelson Jung from Clifford Chance
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Join this (inclusive to Competition Section or £45 to Non Section members) webinar to benefit from a focused and concise overview of the most relevant competition law developments and highlights in 2016, both in the EU and the UK.
The session will cover EU and UK competition law highlights in 2016, including:
- Recent trends in merger control
- Antitrust enforcement
- Market investigations
- Sector inquiries
Keeping you informed of the key issues from the past 12 months.
Greg Olsen - partner, Clifford Chance
Greg Olsen is an antitrust partner in the London office of Clifford Chance. He specialises in EU and UK competition law and has significant experience advising on critical investigations and obtaining antitrust clearances for complex global transactions.
He regularly represents clients before the EU and UK competition authorities and has worked across a wide range of industry sectors, including financial services, media and consumer goods and retail.
Greg has over 20 years experience and is widely recognised by a range of publications, including Chambers and Legal 500. He is a past Chair of the Competition Section and holds a BCL from the University of Oxford.
Nelson Jung - partner, Clifford Chance
Nelson Jung is an antitrust partner in the London office of Clifford Chance. He specialises in EU and UK competition law across a wide range of industry sectors.
Nelson recently re-joined the firm from the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority where he was the Director of Mergers Group. He previously held a number of senior positions at the CMA’s predecessor, the Office of Fair Trading, including Director of Competition Enforcement and Head of Mergers.
Prior to his time at the UK’s competition authorities, Nelson advised clients on a wide range of matters, including mergers, horizontal and vertical agreements, abuse of dominance cases and state aid issues. Nelson is a qualified lawyer in Germany as well as a solicitor in England and Wales.