Some of the events, conferences, publications and projects we have worked on are listed below. Some other projects are not listed as we must respect client confidentiality in sensitive areas.
JOBS” Seminars are organized by the Degree Programme Directors and addressed to students enrolled in First and Second Cycle Degree Programmes offered by the Department of Economics. Professionals with an academic background in Economics present their current job and career development experience. Read more
The action for damages has its roots in the European Commission decision that established the existence of a cartel among DAF, Daimler/Mercedes-Benz, Iveco, MAN/Volkswagen, Volvo/Renault and Scania in the market for trucks weighting more than 6 tons from 1997 to 2011, fining it with the highest sanction ever imposed on a cartel for 3.8 million euros. Read more
The Italian Competition Authority (ICA) claims that Moby/CIN is abusing its dominant position in the market for maritime freight transport to and from Sardinia, with the aim of foreclosing rivals. Read more
On July 3-5, 2017 Public Procurement Days took place in Rome. During the three-day event, Lear Conference 2017 and the 2nd Global Procurement Conference gathered experts to discuss cutting-edge topics in public procurement and Competition policy.
Have a look to the video report
Speeches and debates from “Lear Conference 2017” are available here
Lear is pleased to announce a new technical assistance project for the Planning Institute of Jamaica: “Creating the framework for a merger review – competition law “. Read more
Lear is providing technical assistance to the Bulgarian Commission for Protection on Competition (“CPC”) to strengthen the skills and competencies of its officials and case handlers on competition law enforcement. Read more
On 13th July 2017, the Research Centre for Transport and Logistics of Sapienza University is organizing a conference on the recent framework for local public transportation services in Italy. Read more
PaRR has published specific articles on the topics covered during our event “Public Procurement & Competition Policy”. Read more
We are extremely satisfied with how it turned out and we are very happy with the quality of the debate on the topics of competition policy & public procurement. We would like to thank you all – speakers, attendees and staff – for having made #PPDays such an exciting event. The conference’s material will be uploaded soon on www.learconference.com
Thank you again and see you next time!