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  • Chaired by John Davies, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Derek Ridyard, RBB Economics. Now in its 6th year, delegates at GCR Live’s Annual Brussels conference will benefit from a packed programme covering all the key topics, plus the opportunity to network with the speakers and fellow delegates. CONFERENCE TOPICS INCLUDE: Keynote speech by Carles Esteva Mosso Mergers and the interface with industrial policy Developments on Private Antitrust Actions in EU Competition Law Richard Whish’s Year in Review Object Infringments Key issues in State aid – a master class for general competition lawyers Sifting the Wreckage of the Intel General Court Judgment All delegates are invited to attend a drinks reception and conference dinner at the Hotel Amigo kindly hosted by Shearman & Sterling. The cocktail reception will commence at 19:30, followed by dinner at 20:00. Delegates who wish to stay at the Stanhope Hotel can book using a discounted rate of 175 Euros per night. To book a room, please contact us for a booking form and email the completed form to reservations@thonhotels.be For further information or sponsorship enquiries, please contact GCRLive@GlobalCompetitionReview.com. Final Super Early Booking Rate tickets are now available at the price of €1,200.00 - don't miss out!

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  • The purpose of the WIPO Arbitration Workshop is to provide intensive basic training of a practical nature for party representatives in arbitration and for arbitrators. The training will focus on the main principles of international commercial arbitration law and practice, with particular reference to the practical application of the 2014 WIPO Arbitration and WIPO Expedited Arbitration Rules (as well as the WIPO Expert Determination Rules) in intellectual property and technology disputes. The format of the Workshop will consist of presentations by the instructors and discussion between participants and instructors. After completion of the Workshop, participants will have a better understanding of the substantive components of international commercial arbitration, as well as the benefits and limitations of arbitration in intellectual property disputes as compared to other dispute resolution options, in particular court litigation. In addition, they will obtain practical information about the role of the WIPO Center in arbitration proceedings, and its arbitration clauses and rules. For more information and registration details click here or email arbiter.meetings@wipo.int

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