ntertic thanks all the participants to the V Conference on Antitrust Policy and in particular the President of the French Authority, Bruno Lasserre, who gave the keynote speech, and the Italian Minister of European Affairs, Enzo Moavero Milanesi, who gave the main speech at the gala dinner of the conference. See you all next year for another exciting event with the world leading experts in antitrust policy

 

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The Minister of European Affairs Enzo Moavero Milanesi gave a speech at the gala dinner of the V Intertic Conference on Antitrust Policy, held at the Restaurant Brunello in Rome.

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The debate in the first session in the morning at the V Intertic Conference; from left to right, S. Rebecchini (Commissioner, Italian Antitrust Authority), B. Lasserre (President of the French Antitrust Authority), G. Pitruzzella (President of the Italian Antitrust Authority), F. Etro (Professor of Economics, University of Venice), N. Petit (Professor of Law, University of Liegi) and A. Pezzoli (Chief Economist, Italian Authority)

 

BIOGRAPHIES OF THE SPEAKERS

GALA DINNER - RESTAURANT BRUNELLO, VIA VENETO 70, ROMA

V Intertic Conference

GALA DINNER - RESTAURANT BRUNELLO, VIA VENETO 70a, ROMA

 

PROGRAM

Introduction: Giovanni Pitruzzella (President of the Italian Antitrust Authority)
and Federico Etro (Ca’ Foscari University and Intertic)

Keynote Speech: Bruno Lasserre (President of the French Competition Authority): “The Future of the European Competition Network (ECN)”

Session 1: Recent developments in the enforcement of Article 102
Chairman: Salvatore Rebecchini (Commissioner of the Italian Antitrust Authority)
with Andrea Pezzoli (Chief Economist of the Italian Antitrust Authority) and Nicolas Petit (Institute for European Legal Studies, University of Liege)
 Coffee break
Session 2: Platform competition and search advertising
Chairman: Thomas Kramler (DG Comp, European Commission, Brussels)
with Paolo Buccirossi (Learlab, Rome), Lars Kjølbye (Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels), Jonas Koponen (Linklaters, Brussels) and Emilio Calvano (Bocconi University, Milan)
 Lunch break
Session 3: Innovation, standardization and antitrust issues
Chairman: Federico Etro (Ca’ Foscari University and Intertic)
with Thomas Kramler (DG Comp, European Commission, Brussels), Damien Geradin (Covington & Burling LLP, Brussels and Tilburg University), Ginevra Bruzzone (Assonime, Rome) and Trevor Soames (Shearman & Sterling LLP, Brussels)
Coffee break
Session 4: Fundamental Rights and Competition Law
Chairman: Salvatore Rebecchini (Commissioner of the Italian Antitrust Authority)
with Enzo Moavero Milanesi (Minister of the Italian Government), Paolo Gentili (Avvocatura dello Stato, Rome) and Marco D’Ostuni (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Rome)

GALA DINNER - Restaurant Brunello, in Via Veneto 70

OUR PREVIOUS CONFERENCES:

The 2012 Conference on Recent Developments on Art. 102

 

The 2011 Conference on Recent Developments on Art. 102

 

The 2010 Conference on Recent Developments on Art. 102

 

The 2009 Conference on Recent Developments on Art. 82

 

 

 

Gala Dinner

 
Gala dinner

 

 

 

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