Announcing 21st St.Gallen International Competition Law Forum 2014 (ICF) eJournal
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21ST ST.GALLEN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION LAW FORUM 2014 (ICF)
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"Information is the difference that makes a difference" was the overarching headline of the 21st St.Gallen International Competition Law Forum, which took place on May 15th and 16th 2014 in St.Gallen, Switzerland. Once more, Prof. Dr. Carl Baudenbacher (President of the EFTA Court) hosted close to 200 speakers and participants from advocacy, the business world, academia as well as public authorities. No less than six presidents of national competition authorities were present!
Topics included: private enforcement, access to justice, the EU merger reform, IP law and competition law, the SIEC test for small economies, the application of competition law to State activities as well as information exchange between authorities.
The 22nd St.Gallen ICF is going to take place on April 23rd and 24th 2015. Please refer to www.sg-icf.ch for the most current information and the program. The keynote will be held by ECJ Advocate General Prof. Dr. Nils Wahl.
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