Using Economics in Competition Cases

2017

Using Economics in Competition Cases

Oxford, UK - £1,800

6-7 November 2017

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This course, run as a combination of seminars and interactive case studies, explores the economic principles underlying competition issues, as well as the latest quantitative techniques and practical tools used by competition authorities and regulators in the assessment of such cases.

Our courses are stimulating and relevant, regardless of the jurisdiction in which you work, and the knowledge acquired can be immediately applied in the workplace. Our speakers excel at sharing their expertise through the seminar format, while the case studies provide a chance to apply the theories and tools and bring the concepts to life.

Topics include:

  • cartel damages;

  • vertical agreements such as MFNs;

  • margin squeeze;

  • unilateral effects of a merger;

  • and much more...

Delegates comments

‘Excellent. Provided a really good grounding in competition economics.’
Hausfeld & Co LLP

‘Very interesting mix of delegates. This provided a new perspective on issues.’
Postcomm

‘Excellent overview of the economics of competition law.’
Department for Transport

‘Excellent, good combination: Theory and case study’
Telef√≥nica 

The course will be led by Dr Gunnar Niels, Partner, and Dr Avantika Chowdhury, Principal. 
For further details take a look at our course brochure.

CPD accreditation
Oxera is an affiliate member of CPD certification service. You will receive 13 CPD hours by attending this course.


Suitable for:

  • solicitors;

  • in-house lawyers;

  • regulators and regulated companies;

  • international and UK-based delegates—the course is tailored to the delegates booked on the course.

Past delegates

  • Addleshaw Goddard

  • Authority for Consumers and Markets, Netherlands

  • BBC

  • Berwin Leighton Paisner

  • British Telecom

  • Competition and Markets Authority

  • Direct Line

  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

  • Financial Conduct Authority

  • Gatwick Airport

  • Hogan Lovells

  • Hungarian Competition Authority

  • Liberty Global

  • Mishcon de Reya

  • Ofcom

  • Ofgem

  • Royal Bank of Scotland

  • Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd

  • Severn Trent

  • Spotify

  • Water Industry Commission for Scotland

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