EU Competition Law and Arbitration Conference in Stockholm, 28 April 2017

The details about this very interesting event co-organised by the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the Spanish Arbitration Club (CEA) can be found here.

Welcome speeches

Annette Magnusson, Secretary General of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce

José Antonio Caínzos Fernández, Co-President of the Club Español del Arbitraje

Keynote Speech

George A. Bermann, Director of the Center for International Commercial & Investment Arbitration (CICIA), Columbia Law School, New York

Panel 1 – Investment Arbitration and EU Law

Moderator: Cristina Martinetti, ELEXI, Turin

Crenguta Leaua, Leaua & Asociatii, Bucharest Intra-EU Bits, the EU Principle of Non-Discrimination and the EU State Aids Regime: A Difficult Coexistence

Ernesto Bonafé, Secretariat of the Energy Charter Treaty, Brussels The Energy Charter Treaty and the Lisbon Treaty: Two European Creatures on a Collision Course?

Epaminontas E. Triantafilou, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, London The Role and Powers of Amici Curiae in Investment Arbitration

Annette Magnusson, Secretary General, SCC, Stockholm The Future of Investment Arbitration: Proposals, Perspectives, Concerns.

Panel 2 – Competition Law Based Claims in Commercial Arbitration

Moderator: Michelangelo Cicogna, De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani, Milan

Gordon Blanke, DFW Law, Dubai Is the Arbitrability of Competition Law Claims a Truly Settled Matter?

Pascal Hollander, Hanotiau & van den Berg, Brussels The Impact of the CDC Hydrogen Peroxide Judgment on Present and Future Arbitration Agreements

Damien Geradin, EDGE Legal, Brussels Arbitrators’ Power and Duty to Apply Competition Law Provisions Ex Officio

Luca Radicati Di Brozolo, ArbLit, Milan The Standard of Review of International Arbitral Awards on the Basis of Their Incompatibility with Competition Law Rules

Jesper Tiberg, Lindahl law firm, Stockholm Arbitrators in collision with competition law? The Swedish Supreme Court judgment in the Systembolaget case – a saga in four chapters.

Conclusive Remarks

Filip De Ly, Erasmus University School of Law, Utrecht

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