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Vertical agreements discussed at the 2021 Advanced EU Competition Law Conference

On 23 November 2021 two sessions at the Advanced EU Competition Law Conference (organised by Informa in Brussels) were dedicated to vertical agreements. In a first general session Andreas Eberhardt (Richemont) and Fabian Hübener (Noerr) provided an overview of the most important changes that are contained in the Commission proposals. Their powerpoint presentation can be found here. The second session focused on vertical information exchanges, dual distribution, price parity and online intermediation services. The panel was chaired by Frank Wijckmans (contrast). The panel members included Robert van Mastrigt (Booking.com), Christel Delberghe (EuroCommerce) and Jochen Baier (Edeka). The slides presented by Jochen Baier can be found here.


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