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17 January 2018: Stibbe Annual Competition Law Update

17 January 2018: Stibbe Annual Competition Law Update

17 January 2018: Stibbe Annual Competition Law Update

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The Stibbe Annual Competition Law Update will take place on 17 January 2018 (15.00 - 17.45 hours) at our offices in Amsterdam.

In addition to the regular updates on the main developments in EU and Dutch competition law and competition litigation over the past year, this year's edition features a special program concerning the preparations for an investigation, including recent developments on dawn raids. Please register by using the green registration button below.

Practical information:

Date: 17 January 2018 (15.00 - 17.45 hours) 

Location: Beethovenplein 10, 1077 WM Amsterdam

For more information or to register, please contact us via StibbeEvents@stibbe.com.

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