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Competition law update

Conference date(s):  Friday 6th March 2015
Tickets: EUR 130.00
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The ICEL will hold a conference on Competition Law on 6th March in the Distillery Building on Church Street.

Dr John Temple Lang will examine the Intel judgment and Niamh Hyland SC will look at competition law and the State.  This will be followed by a discussion on the role of economic evidence in the court room.

For more information, click here.

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