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Friday 6th March, 9.15am – 12.30pm (Registration 8:45am)

Distillery Building, Church Street, Dublin 7
3 CPD Points


This conference will cover key developments in a number of topical areas of Competition Law and Practice.



The Hon. Mr. Justice Max Barrett,High Court, Dublin

Dr John Temple Lang, Cleary Gottlieb, Brussels

Niamh Hyland SC, Distillery Building, Dublin

Michael M. Collins SC, 4 Arran Square, Dublin

Maureen O’Neill,Partner, Mason Hayes and Curran

Patrick Massey, Compecon Competition Economics



The Intel judgment and Article 102 TEFU

Legal Issues in the Application of Irish and EU Competition law to State bodies (as undertakings or through Article 106 TFEU), including the Greek Lignite case

A comprehensive round table discussion on economic evidence in competition law cases

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News & Events

The Irish Centre for European Law is happy to announce the appointment of Gary Fitzgerald BL as its new Director.  Gary is a barrister with a civil litigation and advisory practice.  He lectures in EU law and has previously worked in the European Parliament.  Prior to qualifying as a barrister he worked in the high tech sector for 10 years.


The Centre would like to thank the outgoing director, Nathy Dunleavy BL, for his hard work and professionalism over the past 3 years.

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Over the past 20 years, the Irish Centre for European Law has provided an important forum for debate and discussion on major developments in the area of EU law. It has been the link between legal practitioners, academics and representatives of the wide range of sectors affected by European Law

Mary McAleese
President of Ireland

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