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The XIII Treviso Conference will take place
on May 24th and 25th, 2018: save the dates!

The XII Treviso Antitrust Conference proceedings has been published!

The volume contains papers dealing with extremely topical issues, lying at the heart of current antitrust debate. Some of the most contemporary topics include those relative to the private antitrust enforcement after the approval of the Directive 2014/104/EU, and to the antitrust compliance programs. Ample consideration is also given to recent developments in the field of new technologies and the related antitrust issues. The volume also includes some precious insights on the relations between antitrust and regulation, as well as issues concerning recent developments in EU Merger control.

The XII Treviso Antitrust Conference proceedings is available for purchasing at this link.

From previous edition...

Treviso Antitrust Conference 2016

The Treviso conference on "Antitrust between EU law and National law", now in its twelfth edition, takes place every two years in Treviso since 1992; it is hosted by Cassamarca Foundation and is sponsored by the European Lawyers' Union (U.A.E), the Associazione Italiana per la Tutela della Concorrenza - member of the Ligue Internationale du Droit de la Concurrence (LIDC), the Associazione Italian dei Giuristi d'Impresa (AIGI), the European Company Lawyers Association (AEJE-ECLA), the Associazione Antitrust Italiana (AAI) and by Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Università degli Studi di Milano.

The topical relevance of the issues covered and the presence of high-qualified speakers made the Treviso Conference, since its first edition, one of the most significant moments of encounter and debate among the leading representatives of national and international antitrust law. Indeed, the Conference includes, among its participants, representatives of the International Antitrust Authorities, as well as outstanding figures from academics and the professionals involved in the enforcement of antitrust law.