By King & Wood Mallesons
The Paris “New Frontiers of Antitrust” conference is a unique occasion to network with some of today’s most influential global leaders in competition law. This conference, held each year in Paris since 2009, now ranks first among the European antitrust independent events in terms of venue, press reports and audience. Concurrences Review will hold the 7th edition of its annual conference “New Frontiers of Antitrust” on Monday 13 June in Paris.
The 2016 Steering Committee, headed by Frédéric Jenny, includes Prof. Laurence Idot, Alain Ronzano and Nicolas Charbit. Emmanuel Macron, Minister of the Economy, Industry and the Digital Sector, will deliver the opening keynote speech. The conference will focus on 4 topics: Competition and trade policies: Is there a way forward? “Free” goods and services: Is there such a thing as a free lunch? Is territoriality still meaningful? Rebates: To hell with consumers!
Susan Ning, the senior partner and the head of the Commercial and Regulatory Group in King & Wood Mallesons, is invited to attend the meeting. Susan is highly acclaimed in Chinese antitrust practice. For six consecutive years (2010-2015), Susan has been listed in Who’s Who Legal: Competition. Since 2012 to now, Susan has been continuously ranked as a Band 1 Leading Individual in China by Chambers Asia Pacific edition in five years.
You can find the detailed program on the dedicated website: https://new-frontiers-of-antitrust-2016.eventbrite.fr