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IBRAC / IBA – ICN IN BRAZIL: THE CHANGING WORLD OF COMPETITION

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PROGRAMME

TUESDAY, APRIL 17 2012

Conference Co-Chairs
Tito Amaral Andrade Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados, São Paulo; President, IBRAC
Jose Regazzini TozziniFreire Advogados, São Paulo; Co-Chair, IBA Antitrust Committee

Host Committee
Albino Advogados Associados
Barbosa Müssnich & Aragão
Demarest e Almeida Advogados
Dias Carneiro Advogados
F&A Consultoria Econômica
LCA Consultores Ltda
Lobo & de Rizzo Advogados
Machado Meyer Sendacz e Opice Advogados
Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados
Pereira Neto Galdino Macedo Advogados
Pinheiro Neto Advogados
Souza Cescon Barrieu & Flesch Advogados
TozziniFreire Advogados

0800 – 1820 Registration
JW Marriott

0900 – 0920 Welcome remarks
Tito Amaral Andrade
Jose Regazzini

0920 – 1000 Opening address
Introduction of Keynote Speaker
Michael Reynolds Allen & Overy, Brussels; IBA Vice-President

Keynote Speaker
John Fingleton CEO, Office of Fair Trading, London

1000 – 1130 Multi-penalisation in cartel enforcement: the jeopardy issues
In many recent cartel investigations, individuals from all over the world are facing the threat of simultaneous penalties in several jurisdictions including not only fines but also, increasingly, prison terms. This panel will discuss how this new trend of multi-penalisation is affecting cartel enforcement and how private practitioners are advising their clients on this matter.

Moderator
Neil Campbell McMillan, Toronto

Speakers
Margaret Bloom Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, London
Scott Hammond Antitrust Division, US DoJ, Washington DC
Carolyn Oddie Allens Arthur Robinson, Sydney
Francisco Todorov Baker & McKenzie, Brasilia

1130 – 1145 Coffee break
1145 – 1300 ICN and national competition policies
With Brazil hosting the ICN annual meeting this year, this panel will bring together a group of speakers who are highly experienced in ICN matters. These speakers will explore the important role played by this organisation in the improvement of antitrust practices in different countries, and how it is influencing policy around the world.

Moderators
Marcelo Calliari TozziniFreire Advogados, São Paulo; Vice-Chair, IBA Trade and Customs Law Committee
Dave Poddar Allen & Overy, Sydney; Senior Vice-Chair, IBA Antitrust Committee

Speakers
Marcus Bezzi Executive General Manager of Enforcement and Compliance, Australian Competition and Consumer
Commission, Canberra
Terry Calvani Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Washington DC
Maria Coppola Federal Trade Commission, Washington DC
Miek Van der Wee Head of Unit, DG Competition, European Union, Brussels
Olavo Zago Chinaglia President, CADE, Brasilia

1300 – 1500 Cocktail and lunch

1500 – 1630 Settlement v leniency
In several jurisdictions the question of ‘settlement v leniency’ is a crucial and often difficult one for private practitioners to address when advising their clients. This panel will discuss the pros and cons of leniency and settlement, and the regulatory and cultural considerations that must be assessed when choosing the best strategy.

Moderators
Philippe Rincazaux Orrick, Paris; Working Group Coordinator, IBA Antitrust Committee
Barbara Rosenberg Barbosa Müssnich & Aragão, São Paulo

Speakers
Gilvandro Araujo General Attorney, CADE, Brasilia
Kris Dekeyser DG Comp, Brussels
Scott Hammond
Anne Perrot Vice-President, Autorite de la Concurrence, Paris
Gary Spratling Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, San Francisco

1630 – 1645 Coffee break

1645 – 1815 Pre-merger notifications
On the eve of the adoption of the pre-merger system in Brazil, this panel will discuss the experiences in mature jurisdictions, including the aspects they got right, the problems that still remain, and the issues that Brazilian authorities should pay ttention to when implementing such an important change.

Moderators
Marc Reysen O’Melveny & Myers, Brussels; Secretary, IBA Antitrust Committee
Cristianne Zarzur Pinheiro Neto Advogados, São Paulo; Vice-President, IBRAC

Speakers
Maria Coppola
Janet McDavid Hogan Lovells, Washington DC; Vice-Chair, IBA Antitrust Committee
Carlos Ragazzo Commissioner, CADE, Brasilia
Amadeu Ribeiro Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados, Rio de Janeiro
Ronald A Stern General Electric, Washington DC

1815 – 1820 Closing remarks
Tito Amaral Andrade
Jose Regazzini

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