Content of the Class
EU competition rules apply to the whole food supply chain. As the consequences of non-compliance with competition law are severe (e.g. heavy fines, nullity of agreements, civil claims and reputational damage), it is important for every food business operator to be aware of the competition law do’s and don’ts. During this class we will provide you with the do’s and don’ts regarding the cartel prohibition, the abuse prohibition and merger control.
Natasja Brusik, senior associate, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Competition & Regulatory Practice Group. She specialises in European and Dutch competition law and food law.
Thomas Verstraeten, counsel, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Competition & Regulatory Practice Group. He specialises in EU and Belgian competition law.
Marc Custers, counsel, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Competition & Regulatory Practice Group. He specialises in EU law, competition law (merger control, anti-trust and state aid) and energy law.
Christine Delagaye, associate, is a member of Loyens & Loeff’s Corporate and M&A and EU, Competition & Regulatory Practice Group in Belgium.
13:30 Arrival and registration
14:00 Part I of the class
16:00 Part II of the class
17:30 End of the class
The Food Law Classes are graciously offered to Loyens & Loeff clients.
Other companies participate in the costs for the amount of EUR 345,- (excl. VAT) per class or EUR 2.900,- (excl. VAT) for 10 classes (applicable in case of registration at once).
The Food Law Classes will be open to law or science Master students (free of charge, admission upon motivation letter).
Registrations are closed
Got questions or would like to know more? Contact us at email@example.com.
Cancellation policy: In case of cancellation less than 10 days prior to the class, an administrative fee of EUR 75,- (excl. VAT) will be charged.