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Competition Law Update 2022 (9 June 2022)

18.05.2022

Fabian Martens, Partner and member of the Competition & Trade team at Pestalozzi, will cover cover current hot topics in the field of competition law, including:

  • Sustainability and Competition Law: The Swiss perspective on a global issue
  • 6 months of relative market power in Switzerland: a first review and outlook
  • The new EU Vertical BER – do we have to care?

The presentation and discussion amongst in-house counse will be followed by an apéro riche at the famous garden of Baur au Lac in Zurich.

The event is hosted by Pestalozzi for Association of Corporate Counsel Europe (ACC Europe). ACC is a global legal association that promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel through information, education, networking, and advocacy while demonstrating innovation and leadership for the benefit of the profession. The presentations and discussions will be in English. 

Speakers

Dr. Boris Kasten
Deputy Group General Counsel, General Counsel Global Legal Corporate & Competition Schindler Management Ltd., Switzerland

Fabian Martens
Partner, Competition & Trade, Pestalozzi Attorneys at Law

Registration

Please RSVP here by 02 June 2022.

Event details

When: Thursday, 9 June 2022

Schedule:

17:30 - 18:00 Registrations
18:00 - 19:00 Presentation and Q&A (in the 'Petit Palais' room at Baur au Lac)
19:00 - 22:00 Apéro riche at the Baur au Lac garden (the apéro will be served inside the hotel in case of bad weather)

Where: Hotel Baur au Lac, Glärnischstrasse 18, 8002 Zürich (Google Maps)

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