Venue: Faculty of Law, Via Rosmini 27, Trento (Italy) - Room 1
The Conference is organized by the Trento Faculty of Law and the Osservatorio Permanente sull’Applicazione delle Regole di Concorrenza (“Antitrust Observatory”) founded and directed by Michele Carpagnano and Gian Antonio Benacchio.
The event is supported by the Italian Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, the French Autoritè de la Concurrence and the Luxembourg Conseil de la Concurrence.
The conference is addressed to National Judges, Academics, In-house Legal Counsels, Attorneys, Economists, students and to everyone is interested in EU Competition Law and its enforcement.
The main topics of the Conference are:
- Global-Local Competition Law enforcement: rights protection, challenges and opportunities;
- The transposition of the Directive on damages actions and Recommendation on collective redress;
- Competition enforcement in action: sectors of intervention and new frontiers.
On Saturday, April 18, it will take place the workshop of the Antitrust Observatory’s team. The event is also open to non-members who are interested in finding out more about the Observatory’s actual and future activities.
- Gian Antonio Benacchio, University of Trento
- Michele Carpagnano, University of Trento
- Bruno Lasserre, President Autorité de la Concurrence
- Aldo Frignani, University of Turin
- Roberto Pardolesi, LUISS, Rome
Scientific Direction of the Antitrust Case Law Database:
- Massimo Scuffi, Magistrate of the Court of Cassation, President of the Court of Aosta
- Marina Tavassi, Magistrate of the Court of Cassation - President of the Special Section of Court of Milan on enterprises
Thursday 16 April 2015
|14.15||Welcome speech and official greetings:
Giuseppe Nesi, Dean, Faculty of Law, Trento University
Innocenzo Cipolletta, President, Trento University
Moderators: Giovanni Pitruzzella and Antonio Gambaro
Vito Cozzoli, Head of the Secretariat of the Ministry for Economic Development
*The participation to the organized dinners is optional and provides an additional fee of 50 euros for each dinner.
Friday 17 april 2015
Moderators: Marina Tavassi and Massimo Scuffi
Moderators: Roberto Chieppa and Michele Carpagnano
Miguel Perez Guerra, Google
Alvaro Ramos, Cisco
Ciro Favia, Enel
Francisco Marcos, Instituto de Empresa University
Sacha d'Ecclesiis, Attorney in Rome
Closing of the Conference
**The participation to the organized dinners is optional and provides an additional fee of 50 euros for each dinner.
Saturday 18 April 2015
Workshop of the Antitrust Observatory
The session will be coordinated by: Michele Carpagnano and Gian Antonio Benacchio
The Congress will be held in Room 1 of the Faculty of Law, which is located at via Rosmini, 27, Trento. The Faculty of Law is in the city centre, a few steps away from the main square, Piazza Duomo, and 10 minutes by foot from the railway station. Follow via Pozzo to Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore, then turn left onto via Rosmini. Lecture Room 1 can be reached from via Rosmini, 27.
For more information on Trento: www.apt.trento.it
Accademic Program: € 250,00 per participant (Early bird registration before February 27th 2015: € 200,00)
Accademic Program + 2 Conference dinners: € 350,00 per participant (Early bird registration before February 27th 2015: € 300,00)
For the payment of the registration fee please follow specific instructions directly on the application on line.
Free admission to the congress is granted to: students, university professors, researchers, Ph.D. students, magistrates, public administration officials and Antitrust Observatory staff.
Registration is required also in case of free admission
The participation to the 2 Conference dinners is optional and subject to an additional fee of € 100.
The Bar Association of Trento is establishing that the congress corresponds to 14 ECTS credits. The Organizational Secretariat will issue a certificate of participation.
The Congress will be held in Italian and a two-way simultaneous translation service into English will