Friday, June 17, 2011

Advanced EU Competition Law, Brussels


20th Anniversary
Advanced EU Competition Law, Brussels
22 - 23 November 2011, Grand Theatre, Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium

 The speaker faculty is populated almost entirely by individuals and organisations recommended to us by the market as leaders in their field.

Speaking at one of our events presents a unique platform from which to showcase the expertise of a high-profile representative from your organisation. For each event we earmark a small number of speaking opportunities for potential supporters of the event. This ensures that those companies who do get involved are surrounded only by high-level presenters, wherever they feature on the agenda. This serves to create the best possible context in which to deliver leading edge information to an audience of individuals who are keen to hear from the industry.

Speaking Can Involve:
·         A speaking slot on the conference agenda – a powerful platform from which to showcase the industry and knowledge and abilities of a senior representative of your organisation
·         Chairmanship of a conference session – a great way of aligning yourself with a high profile panel of industry experts
·         Involvement in an industry panel discussion as a panellist or chairperson – a chance to engage in industry-critical debate with market leading executives
·         Leading a one-day workshop before or after the conference - a more in-depth opportunity of demonstrating your expertise to a smaller, more focused group of individuals with specific needs and problems



The competition law conferences are widely acclaimed as delivering the most pertinent information in the events market, from a top-level panel of speakers.  Amongst other sectors, our intellectual property, media and construction law events have a similarly long-standing and respected presence.

Whilst the majority of events are held in London and Brussels, programmes are increasingly being delivered further afield including Asia and the Middle East. Delegates are typically senior within their role and are from private practice, government and public bodies, with a high proportion of in-house professionals attending.

When you attend an IBC Legal conference you will benefit from a thoroughly-researched programme, delivered by leading experts in the field, and an event structure that offers the invaluable opportunity to network with event participants. We offer a range of event formats; encompassing summer schools for in-depth legal training, legislative update conferences, strategic forums to examine new approaches and workshops to focus in on hot topics and complex issues. 

Our sister division Informa Professional Academy works in partnership with leading academic bodies to assist in the provision of highly specialised and bespoke professional postgraduate distance learning courses.  Our strong partnerships with King’s College London and Leicester De Montfort Law School have developed over twelve and seventeen years respectively and together we offer and deliver high-calibre and well-respected distance learning postgraduate courses.

Dates
22 November 2011 - 23 November 2011
Grand Theatre, Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium
Venue
Grand Theatre, Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium
GRAND THEATRE
HOTEL LE PLAZA
BOULEVARD ADOLPHE MAX,
118-126, 1000 BRUXELLES
Tel:            +32 2 278 01 00      
Fax:+32 2 278 01 01
Email:reservations@leplaza.be

Who should attend Advanced EU Competition Law 2011 in Brussels?

• Private practice lawyers
• In-house counsel           
• Consulting economists 
• Lawyers in government and public bodies   
• National regulators        
• Trade associations 
• National competition authorities                   
• Academia                    
• MDs across-industry


To learn more about the benefits of speaking, and how to become involved, please contact Ayo Fagbohun on            +44 (0)207 017 4196       or e-mail ayo.fagbohun@informa.com
For further details see the following link
http://www.informaglobalevents.com/event/advanced-eu-competition-law-brussels-conference-2011

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