The second edition of the Summer School will take place in Moena (Italian Dolomites) from 12th to 18th June 2016. The Summer School is organised by the Osservatorio Permanente sull'Applicazione delle Regole di Concorrenza based at the Faculty of Law of Trento University ("Osservatorio Antitrust”).
It is co-directed by Gian Antonio Benacchio and Michele Carpagnano.
The course offers a unique opportunity to analyse and study EU Competition Law and Economics at an advanced level.
This advanced course combines academic studies with a pragmatic approach to the application of competition rules.
The academic program is designed to cover both substantive and procedural aspects of EU Competition Law with practical sessions (complaints, compliance programs, leniency applications and estimation of antitrust damages and demonstrations (dawn-raids and EU General Court proceedings). There will also be two workshops on hot topics in EU Competition Law and Economics, two keynote speeches on powers, functioning and guarantees of Competition Authorities and a Cocktail-talk on Digital Economy & Competition Law. A new feature of the second edition is a round-table where the Presidents of the Italian, French, Luxembourg, Spanish and Basque Competition Authorities will discuss on key issues and new developments of Competition Law enforcement in the EU.