The seminar is for all companies that would like to know more about the process around inspections, and what you can do, if suspicion arises.
11 March 2015, 8:30AM - 10:30AM, CET
On this morning seminar, experts from KPMG, Rønne & Lundgren and the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority will go through the questions and considerations, which every company should have in relation to a potential competition case or a suspicion of lack of compliance with internal guidelines.
The seminar is for all companies that would like to know more about the process around inspections, and what you can do, if suspicion arises. You will get a unique opportunity to get valuable insights into the competition authorities’ considerations both before and during the investigation of competition cases.
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08:30-09:00 - Breakfast
09.05-09.30 - What implications do competition rules have for companies; what rights and which obligations do companies have, if the competition authorities are doing an inspection? W/ Mogens Aarestrup Vind, Attorney at Rønne & Lundgren
09.30-10.00 - How are inspections from the companies’ point of view; what actually happens at an inspection and how do companies increase awareness of potential infringements of competition rules, unethical behavior and a lack of compliance with internal guidelines? W/Kasper Pommer Kasch, Manager, KPMG P/S
10.00-10.30 How does the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority investigate competition cases and which considerations does the authority have before an inspection? W/Jens Underbjerg, Deputy Head, Center for Investigation and Cartels, the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority
Wednesday March 11, 2015
Rønne & Lundgren
Tuborg Havnevej 19, 2900 Hellerup
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