UK and EU competition law and policy is undergoing significant transformation.
Several landmark cases alongside a comprehensive revision of the very normative rationale of economic competition have opened the door to the adoption of the EU Digital Markets Act and a very similar legislative proposal in the UK. Various aspects of the transformation concern substantive, procedural, institutional, enforcement, jurisdictional and many other elements and dimensions.
The purpose of the webinar is to summarise and review the key features of the new competition regime; to analyse the key components of the reforms and to highlight the latest developments in the field.
Delegates will be provided with an update on the latest developments in competition law in general and in digital competition law in particular. The EU DMA and UK DMU mechanisms will be explained and compared. The latest landmark cases and legislative proposals will also be discussed.
By the end of the webinar, its participants will be able to understand the new reading of the main theories, concepts and principles, which underpin competition law.