Competition Law Scholars Forum


Deterrence: Cartels, Leniency and Criminalisation

A CLaSF Workshop

Thursday 12 April 2007, Strathclyde University Law School, Lord Hope Building.


The Commission’s Fight Against Cartels; two years with Neelie Kroes
Kris Dekeyser, Head of Unit, European Competition Network and Institutional Relations, European Commission.

Negotiated Settlements under UK Competition,
Laura Guttuso, Senior Legal and Policy Adviser, OFT.

Plea Bargaining in EU Competition Law: A Step Forward?,
Ms Georgia Parpa, PhD Student, City Law School, The City University London.

‘And a Little Child Shall Lead Them’: The Prospect of Negotiated Settlement of EC Cartel Cases,
Andreas Stephan ESRC Centre for Competition Policy & Norwich Law School UEA.

The Protection of Fundamental Rights of Leniency Applicants: Towards an EC Competition Judicial Panel?,
Michele Messina, Ph.D. student, University Rome 1, visiting fellow BIICL.

Toward an EU Competition Court: “Article-6-proofing” antitrust proceedings before the Commission?,
Dr Arianna Andreangeli Lecturer in Law, Liverpool Law School.

Enhancing deterrence in competition law, Compliance Programmes and reduction in fines,
Christian Riis-Madsen, O’Melveny & Myers LLP.

Competition Law Compliance Post-Infringement: Some empirical insights,
Prof Barry J Rodger, University of Strathclyde Law School.

DG Competition and the Criminalisation Threat,
Prof Peter Kunzlik & Dr Alan Riley, City Law School, City University, London.

Honesty, Morality and the Cartel Offence,
Angus MacCulloch, Lancaster University Law School.