Annual conference W@competitioniberia

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Date
2019-05-08 00:00
Venue
Lisbon

8 May 2019, Câmara de Comercio Internacional, Lisboa, Portugal

 

9:00-9:10 Opening

Evelina Kourgonaite (W@competition founder and chair; Executive Director of Fair Standards Alliance)

Maria João Melícias (Member of the Board of the Autoridade da Concorrência; Member of the Board of W@competitioniberia)

 

9:10-9:30 Keynote: Challenges to the judiciary in the enforcement of competition rules in the digital age

José Luís da Cruz Vilaça

 

9:30-10:45 Panel 1: Fundamental rights, due process after ECN+: more certainty and less litigation?

Elisavet Arsenidou (DG Comp, European Commission)

Marta Campos (Judge, Tribunal da Concorrência, Regulação e Supervisão)

Irene Moreno-Tapia (Lawyer, Cuatrecasas, member of W@competitioniberia team)

Sara Estima Martins (Lawyer, PLMJ, member of W@competitioniberia team)

Moderator: Inês Gouveia (Lawyer, MLGTS)

 

10:45-11:15: Coffee break

 

11:15-12:30 Panel 2: Financial sector and competition: Competing after the financial crisis in the Fintech era?

Ana Sofia Rodrigues (Chief Economist, Autoridade da Concorrência)

Lara Tobías (Subdirector, Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia)

Margarida Rosado da Fonseca (Lawyer, DLA Piper ABBC)

Margarita Fernandez, (In-house counsel, BBVA)

Moderator: Leyre Prieto (Lawyer, Telles, member of W@competitioniberia team)

 

12.35-13.15: Keynote: New Antitrust for the new economy?

Sofia Oliveira Pais (Professor, Universidade Católica Portuguesa)

 

13.15-15:00 Lunch

 

15:00-16:15 Panel 3: Digital economy and competition: Samsons and Goliaths before the Competition Authorities

Beatriz de Guindos (Director, Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y de Competencia)

Catarina Toscano (Head of Legal, Beam Suntory)

Soledad Pereiras (CompassLexecon)

Tânia Luísa Faria (Lawyer, Uría, W@competitionIberia Team)

Moderator: Inês Sequeira Mendes (Lawyer, Abreu)

 

16:15-17:30  Panel 4: Settlements, commitments and other termination options after ECN+: Negotiate or fight after ECN+ and the Private Enforcement Revolution

Ana Amante (Director, Autoridade da Concorrência)

Claudia Trabuco (Professor, Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Isabel López Gálvez (Subdirector, Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia)

Julia Suderow (Lawyer, member of W@competitioniberia team)

Moderator: Rita Leandro Vasconcelos (Lawyer, Cuatrecasas, W@competition Team)

 

17:30-17:50 Keynote: European champions vs. real champions: what will it cost you?

Margarida Matos Rosa (President of the Board of the Autoridade da Concorrência)

 

17:50-18:00 Closing Session

Secretário de Estado da Defesa do Consumidor (Secretary of State for Consumer Defence)

19.30 Cocktail

 

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