Competition Law in Africa Conference: regulatory developments and enforcement trends across the continent

24 Nov - 25 Nov 2022 Federal Palace Hotel & Casino, Lagos, Nigeria

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A conference jointly presented by the IBA Antitrust Section, IBA African Regional Forum and the Nigerian Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

We are delighted to that registrations are now open for the upcoming IBA Competition in Africa Conference: regulatory developments and enforcement trends across the continent, taking place on 24-25 November 2022 in Lagos, Nigeria. Join antitrust enforcers and prominent thought leaders to explore current trends and debate the hottest issues in competition law in Africa.

This conference will invite participants from across the world to present on the most prominent topics affecting the industry at present. It is rare that transborder transactions do not need to take antitrust principles into consideration, thus legal practitioners working with competition law as well as any lawyer involved in cross-border matters will benefit from attending. In its first regional IBA conference since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the conference will also provide a unique opportunity to meet and network with other Africa based and Africa focused legal practitioners.

Topics include:

  • The Nigerian Competition Act
  • The consumer welfare standards
  • Economic evidence in competition law cases
  • The interplay between competition policy and trade law
  • Cartel conduct; bid rigging and cross-border cartels
  • Leniency regimes
  • Merger control
  • Abuse of dominance – price discrimination, buyer power, and excessive pricing
  • Competition in digital markets
  • Extraterritorial and concurrent jurisdiction
  • Due process and transparency in the investigatory process
  • Competition reports in merger notifications

The conference will also include a workshop on fundamentals of competition law for those who require an introduction to the basic economic principles; underpinning competition law.

The conference social programme also includes a conference dinner on 24 November and a closing party on 25 November.

If you are a local practitioner and you want to register making a local payment please visit the following webpage: IBA/FCCPC Competition Law in Africa Conference 

 

Important Dates

26
Oct

Cancellation deadline

Cancellations are subject to an admin charge as stated in the conference programme. After this date, no refunds can be made.

26
Oct

Early bird deadline

Register by this date to receive early bird discounts.

11
Nov

Delegate search

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01
Dec

Online amendment deadline

No further amendments can be made to your booking after this date. Please contact confs@int-bar.org for further information.

16
Dec

Online registration deadline

Registration may still be possible after this date via the IBA office, but is subject to availability. Please contact confs@int-bar.org for further information.

Online registrations received:

  Until 1 December

Young lawyers (under 30 years)

$620

Academics / judges (full-time)

$620

Public lawyers

$620

Corporate counsel**

$620

IBA member

$395

Non-member*

$620

After 1 December Registrations must be received in hard copy at the IBA office


Hard copy registration forms and fees received:

  After 26 October

Young lawyers (under 30 years)

$690

Academics / judges (full-time)

$690

Public lawyers

$690

Corporate counsel**

$690

IBA member

$440

Non-member*

$690

* By paying the non-member fee, we welcome you as a delegate member of the IBA for the year in which this conference is held, which entitles you to the following benefits:

  • Password access to certain parts of the IBA website.
  • Receipt of IBA E-news and access to online versions of IBA Global Insight.
  • Pay the member rate

** A reduced rate is offered to IBA Corporate Group Members. Please register online to obtain a 25 per cent discount on the IBA Member fee

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Conference reception sponsor
 
 
Conference luncheon sponsor
 
 
Co-presented by
Nigerian Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

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