Invitation to a seminar on “Parallel Enforcement? Between Digital Markets Act and Competition Law”
We are pleased to invite you to a seminar on “Parallel Enforcement? Between Digital Markets Act and Competition Law” organized by the Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies, University of Warsaw. The seminar will take place on Thursday, 7th December 2023, at 4 pm in room B-106 at the Faculty of Management, ul. Szturmowa 1/3, Warsaw.
The seminar will feature a keynote speech by Professor Alexandre De Streel, a renowned expert in regulation and competition policy in the digital economy. The speech will be followed by a discussion with the participants. The seminar will be moderated by Maciej Bernatt.
The event is free and open to all interested, but registration is required. To register, please fill out this form by 2nd December 2023. You will receive a confirmation email with further details after your registration is completed.
YARS 2023 vol. 16(27) published
We are happy to inform that the newest issue of YARS 2023 vol. 16(27), edited by Alexandr Svetlicinii and Jasminka Pecotic Kaufmam, has just been published. The issue entitled "Competition law systems in Central and Eastern Europe: A bottom-up approach" aims to explore national competition law systems by taking a bottom-up approach that looks at particular challenges faced by individual jurisdictions that derive from the specificities of their legal traditions.
iKAR vol. 2023, 4(12) is published
It is our pleasure to inform that iKAR vol. 2023, 4(12) is published: https://ikar.wz.uw.edu.pl/images/numery/ikar_4_12/IKAR_412-23.pdf
Number 4(12)/2023, devoted to problems of the judiciary of the European Union and the Member States, as well as their case law in the field of broadly understood competition law was edited by Dr Kamil Dobosz from the Cracow University of Economics.
Registration to the conference "Power, media pluralism, and democracy. Regulatory, legal, or extra-legal responses"
We are excited to invite you to the international conference 'Power, media pluralism, and democracy. Regulatory, legal, or extra-legal responses', co-organised by CARS with Utrecht University on challenges and legal solutions related to the functioning of the media market. The conference will take place on 16-17 November 2023 at the Faculty of Management. Article 19 is a partner of the event and the event is supported by the law firms: WKB, SKS and Greenberg Traurig. Interested parties are invited to register via the form by 3 November 2023.
Final report "Judicial Review of Competition Law Decisions in Poland (2004-2021): A Quantitative and Qualitative Study"
Call for Papers - conference "Power, media pluralism, and democracy. Regulatory, legal, or extra-legal responses"
We are delighted to invite you to submit your applications for an international conference "Power, media pluralism, and democracy. Regulatory, legal, or extra-legal responses", held in Warsaw on 16 and 17 November 2023, co-organised with Modern Bigness and Law & Tech network Utrecht University School of Law.
Seminar "The Rule of Law and the Internal Market of the EU/EEA"
The seminar "The Rule of Law and the Internal Market of the EU/EEA" will be held at the Faculty of Management of the University of Warsaw on 19 May 2023.
Invitation to the conference "Antitrust Private Enforcement: Lessons for Poland"
We invite you to the conference entitled "Antitrust Private Enforcement: Lessons for Poland" on 30 May 2023 co-organised with Bird&Bird law firm.
Call for Papers - Conference 'Business-to-Business Data Sharing within the EU Digital Market'
The Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (CARS) of the Faculty of Management of the University of Warsaw invites submissions of research papers for the international conference organized within the project “Business-to-Business Data Sharing within the EU Digital Market” carried out in CARS under the Opus grant by the Polish National Science Centre (2018/31/B/HS5/01192).
Lecture on sustainability and competition law, 16 March, 16:30, WZ UW
The green economic transition is forcing a paradigm shift in many areas. Competition law and policy are no exception. The open lecture by Prof. Jurgita Malinauskaite (Brunel University London) this Thursday at WZ UW will provide a good opportunity to reflect on this topic. Prof Malinauskaite is an eminent specialist in competition law and energy law. Her lecture entitledCompetition Law and Sustainability in the EU: Modelling the Perspectives of National Competition Authorities will be based on a cross-cutting article published in January 2023 and will provide an understanding of the challenges facing the application of competition law in times of transition in EU Member States, including Poland.
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