Association of European Competition Law Judges – Virtual Seminar - on Friday 19th March 2021 – Managing Multiple Parallel Claims for Cartel Damages
As it makes sense to identify areas in which we can help each other and issues that have already been adjudicated, we are arranging a seminar in March for civil law judges; if you are interested please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be sessions in the morning and afternoon followed by the annual general meeting of the Association at 1730 Central European Time.
Association of European Competition Law Judges – Annual Conference
We are NOT meeting physically in June 2021 but we are hoping arrange a virtual meeting on 24th September 2021.
ENTraNCE for Judges 2021 - Recent developments in EU competition policy enforcement in digital markets
The European University Institute (EUI) is running what we believe to be the 11th edition of ENTraNCE for Judges, a training programme for national judges in EU competition law and economics, co-funded by DG Competition of the European Commission. In Florence, they have finalized the programme of the residential training of ENTraNCE 2021, which will take place in Florence on 20-22 May. The event will have a hybrid format: judges who will not be able to travel to Florence, due to the lock down restrictions, will be able to follow the training via Zoom.
The course is addressed to judges from EU Member States interested in deepening their knowledge and sharing experience in EU competition law enforcement. The training programme is free of charge; travel and accommodation costs in Florence for selected judges will be borne by the project budget.
Rome – 24th-26th May 2021 - please check with the EUR on how COVID-19 is affecting the timing of this course
The European University of Rome (EUR) hosts a series of Seminars (both residential and non-residential) on Competition law enforcement in digital markets for EU national judges backed by e-lectures, tutoring and e-debates. The DiCL project is directed by Valeria Falce (Jean Monnet Chair in the EU Innovation Policy and Professor of Economic Law) and co-financed by the European Commission. It is a two-year project divided into three distinct course editions.
The second edition of the project is composed of two residential seminars and a final networking workshop in Rome: the first one focusing on the theory(ies) of competition law and policy in the digital environment; and the second one is practice-oriented and based on the most recent cases at EU level. In addition will be given e-lectures (from basic to advanced levels) on “Competition Law and Economics toolbox for Digital Markets” and will be provided a Tutoring Service (e.g., reading list about relevant Case-law, academic literature, and on-line Q&A forum). The final networking workshop in Rome will be common to all three course editions.
Participation in DiCL project is free of charge. Moreover, travel to and accommodation costs in Rome will be covered by the project.
Application can be submitted by email to application_DiCL@unier.it until 10th May 2021 – according to the indication included in the call (https://www.dicl.eu/call-for-application/). For any further information or clarification please contact info_DiCL@unier.it or Prof Valeria Falce Valeria.Falce@unier.it