The New Antitrust Damages Directive has been heralded as an improved legal framework promising greater efficiencies in antitrust damages compensation and, as a result, a probable spike in the number of antitrust damages actions all across the EU. But, as the 28 member states work toward a December 27th transposition deadline, European organizations are also considering the impact of the Directive on their businesses and the potential risks—especially for current and future defendants—that may accompany the new rules.
Dii, in partnership with WilmerHale, is pleased to announce the 2nd international roundtable "New Antitrust Damages Directive." Join your fellow General Counsels, Heads of Antitrust and Competition, Judges and NCA members, among others, to examine the shifts in the legal landscape and to discuss the in-depth, practical, and real-time opportunities and risks of EU competition law enforcement and damages actions.
WilmerHale Partner Frédéric Louis will be a featured speaker at this event.