The Jacques Delors Institute organises, in partnership with the Société de législation comparée and the Fondation pour le droit continental, a day of debates about competition policy an innovation in the digital age, at the Conseil d’État.
FRIDAY 9 DECEMBER 2016
8h30 > 17h30
Conseil d’État, Salle d’assemblée générale, Place du Palais-Royal 75001 Paris
8h30 > 9h – Welcoming of participants
9h > 9h15 – Opening
Dominique HASCHER, President of the Société de législation comparée
Jean-Marc SAUVÉ, vice-President of the Conseil d’État
9h15 > 12h00 – Round table : a competition policy or competition policies?
Hubert BAZIN, lawyer at the Paris Bar, DS Avocats (Bejin)
Winston MAXWELL, lawyer at the New York and Paris Bars, Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP
Paul C. SAUNDERS, former associate at Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP, professor at the Georgetown Law Center
Bo VESTERDORF, former President of the General Court of the EU
Guillaume LORIOT, director, DG COMP (European Commission)
debates presided by Pascal LAMY, President emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute
14h > 17h – Round table : what relevant policies in the digital era ?
Jean-Michel DARROIS, lawyer at the Paris Bar,
Villey MAILLOT BROCHIER, President of the Observatoire international des régulations économiques
Frédéric MAZELLA, Founding President of BlaBlaCar
Anne PERROT, Associate at MAPP, professor at Sciences Po Paris
Fabien CURTO MILLET, director of economic analyses, Google
debates presided by Philippe AGHION, professor at the Collège de France
Emmanuel MACRON, former French Minister for Economy, Industry and Digital
Registration by the Société de législation comparée: firstname.lastname@example.org