Implementing a Competition Law System: Closing Seminar & Panel Discussion

Aula B, Wydział Zarządzenia Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego - Implementing a Competition Law...

Aula B, Wydział Zarządzenia Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
piątek 23.11.2018
Z 10:00 Do 13:00
Aula B, Wydział Zarządzenia Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
PLWarszawaul. Szturmowa 1/302-678
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This event closes a two-year-long investigation into introduction and development of a system of competition law in Poland conducted by Dr Marek Martyniszyn (Queen's University Belfast) and Dr hab. Maciej Bernatt (University of Warsaw).
This study uniquely benefited from in-depth interviews with individuals who shaped the Polish system over nearly thirty years of its existence (inclusive of all former heads of the agency, judges, leading practitioners and agency advisors) and from analysis of a variety of newly-gathered data and statistics.


10:00    Registration & coffee

10:30    Welcome & Project’s Background: Dr Marek Martyniszyn, Queen’s University Belfast

10:40    Opening remarks: Professor William Kovacic, George Washington University (video message)

10:50    Presentation of the key findings: Dr Marek Martyniszyn, Queen’s University Belfast & Dr hab. Maciej Bernatt, CARS, University of Warsaw

11:50    Panel discussion (in Polish)

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              Panel Members:
              Judge Dariusz Dąbrowski, Deputy President of the District Court in Warsaw
              Mr Marek Niechciał, President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (to be confirmed)
              Dr Marta Sendrowicz, Competition Law Society
              Ms Agnieszka Stefanowicz-Barańska, Competition Law Society
              Professor Agata Jurkowska-Gomułka, University of Information Technology and Management
              Chair: Professor Tadeusz Skoczny, CARS, University of Warsaw

12:30    Plenary discussion (in Polish)

13:00    Expected closing of the event

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