• IICJ Competition Conference 2019

    November 19th 2019.   Law Society - London

    The IICJ Competition Conference brings together senior in-house counsel from around the world to uncover the latest approaches to managing competition law strategy.

     

    Hosted at The Law Society in London, attendees will be able to formulate strategies to develop their own internal competition law framework and network with their peers across a range of industries.

     

    The 2019 agenda promises perspectives from 5 heads of key regulatory boards and details of adopted approaches by companies including Google, British Airways and Barclays.

     

    PaRR in association with KLDiscovery are delighted to invite you to a breakfast and panel discussion on European approaches to dawn raids considering court challenges, legal privilege and technology.

    Speakers include:

    • Nicholas Khan QC - Legal Service, European Commission
    • Kevin Coates - Partner, Covington & Burling
    • Jessica Radke - Director of Litigation, CMA
    • Trevor Brosnan - Manager, Client Services, KLDiscovery
    • Moderator: Jeremy Fleming-Jones - Editor and Brussels
    • Bureau Chief, EMEA, PaRR

    Please join us on the Roof Terrace from 8:30am, where you can enjoy breakfast followed by the seminar starting at 9:00am.

    We look forward to seeing you there!
     

  • Foreign Investment Risk Forum 2018

    October 30th 2018.   Park Hyatt Beijing
    Our inaugural Foreign Investment Risk Forum in Beijing brings together leading legal and regulatory experts for a discussion no the ongoing and escalating trade war between the US and China and how deal makers can develop a strategy to avoid unnecessary and costly risks. Key topics of discussion spread across three exclusive panels will include:
     
    • The future of US-China business relations
    • What CFIUS reform means for Chinese investors
    • Evolving FDI regimes in the EU and other major global markets
     
    Registration is required. Secure your spot for this exclusive half-day of discussions and discoveries.
     
    Objective This workshop will focus on the exercise of the European Commission‘s powers of investigation in practice and relevant legal issues as determined in recent case law. The role and rights of the undertaking‘s legal counsel will also be examined. Key topics •    Requests for information after HeidelbergCement •    Conduct of dawn raids by the European Commission •    Defence mechanisms for undertakings •    Key takeaways from new and settled case law