8.30am - 9am

Registration


9am - 9.20am

Welcome Address

Professor Sarah Derrington
Dean of Law, The University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law

Symposium Introduction

Dr Barbora Jedlickova
The University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law


9.20am - 10.45am

Public and Private Enforcement - A Pluralistic Approach?

Professor Kit Barker
The University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law

System Complexity - The Co-Ordination of Public and Private Law

 

Associate Professor Chris Noonan
The University of Auckland, Faculty of Law

Mediating between Public and Private Enforcement in Multi-Jurisdiction Settings


Chair

Dr Barbora Jedlickova
The University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law

Reflection on Pluralistic Strategy and Holistic Assessment: Why Pluralism is Important in Competition Law


10.45am - 11am

Coffee break


11am - 1pm

Coordination of and Interplay Between Public and Private Enforcement in Australian, EU and US Anti-cartel Law

Dr Albertina Albors-Llorens
University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law

Antitrust Damages in EU Law: The Complex Interface of Multifarious Harmonisation and National Procedural Autonomy

 

Professor Spencer Waller
The Loyola University of Chicago, School of Law

The Temple of Leniency

 

Professor Andreas Stephan
University of East Anglia, Centre for Competition Policy

Does the Drive to Encourage Private Enforcement of EU Competition Law have a Coherent Purpose?

 

Professor Caron Beaton-Wells 
The University of Melbourne, School of Law

Associate Professor Julie Clarke
The University of Melbourne, School of Law

Cartel sanctioning in Australia: A 10 year stocktake


1pm - 2pm

Lunch


2pm

Models of Enforcement

Professor Renato Nazzini
King’s College London, School of Law

Models of Competition Law Enforcement

 

Brent Fisse
Brent Fisse Lawyers

Redress Facilitation Orders as a Sanction Against Corporations

 

Professor Simon Bronitt
The University of Queensland, TC Beirne School of Law

Alessia D’Amico
European University Institute

Public versus Private Enforcement Models: A False Dichotomy?


3.30pm - 3.45pm

Coffee Break


3.45pm

Optimal Enforcement of Anti-cartel Law: Perspective from Practice

The Honourable Justice Andrew Greenwood
Federal Court of Australia

Associate Professor Heiko Gerlach
The University of Queensland, School of Economics

Marcus Bezzi
Executive General Manager, Competition Enforcement, Australian Competition & Consumer Commission

Peta Stevenson
Partner, King & Wood Mallesons


5.30pm - 6pm

Drinks and Canapés


6pm - 9.30pm

Gala Dinner