Using Economics in Competition Cases
How can economics tools support me in competition cases?
For more than 20 years, our training course has helped practitioners, in-house lawyers faced with an inquiry, or senior managers wishing to understand potential competition law risk to gain the confidence to judge and rely on economic arguments and evidence put forward in a case.
You will come away with new skills that enable you to develop professionally and help your organisation achieve its objectives. Your time at this course will be well rewarded through the relationships you’ll build, the level of understanding you’ll achieve, and the combination of skills you’ll develop.
Over two days, the course will cover a number of topics including:
- Basic concepts of competition economics
- Assessing market power
- Market definition
- Economics of merger assessment
- Use of econometrics and other quantitative tools in competition cases
- Abuse of dominance: exclusionary and exploitative conducts
- Anti-competitive agreements and quantifying damages
Is it right for me?
Regardless of your existing knowledge – be it limited or extensive, this 2 day course will develop your skills and abilities whilst also enrichening your network.
The course fees are as follows:
(all include access to the course dinner on 8 November)
|Full Registration Fee
|Early Bird Registration – before Friday 6 October 2023
Course Code: EB10
|Multi booking – 2 Delegates from the same company (price per person)
Course Code: MB20
|Multi booking – 3 or more delegates from the same company (price per person)
Course Code: MB30
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Mishcon de Reya
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‘Excellent – very valuable and understandable.’