We organize workshops and training courses aimed at all practitioners – competition lawyers, top-executives in big firms, members of public institutions – who need or want to learn more about cutting-edge topics in competition economics, litigation and regulatory policy.
We run multi-session courses that provide a thorough understanding on a variety of subjects, ranging from the economics of exclusionary behavior, to the use of expert statistical presentations in antitrust litigation. We also run one-day workshops devoted to the analysis of recent complex antitrust and litigation decisions and of recent developments in competition policy.
In addition, we can arrange tailored programs to meet specific needs. In all cases, our courses cover recent developments such as court judgments, competition authority decisions, regulatory innovations, and other key economics and policy changes.
The courses are held either in English or in Italian.
Lear is implementing a technical assistance project funded by the EBRD for the Albanian Competition Authority (“ACA”). The project aims at strengthening ACA’s advocacy role in the country as well as the skills and competencies of its officials and case handlers, through the following activities: (1) preparation and promotion of a long-term strategy for “Competition […] Read more
Lear provided technical assistance services to the Jamaica’s Fair Trading Commission (“FTC”) to strengthen its competition advocacy strategy. Key steps of the projects have been: an extensive review of all past advocacy efforts carried out by the FTC since 2005; a review of international best practices; a comprehensive stakeholders’ consultation, in two waves: first, an […] Read more
During the past year, Lear has carried out a capacity building project for the Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) in Bulgaria. The project, sponsored by the EBRD, was aimed at strengthening the skills of the CPC officials on competition law enforcement and public procurement. Lear has delivered seven classroom based trainings on the enforcement […] Read more