Training Session

Mar 16, 2021
3:00 PM


Mar 16, 2021
5:30 PM
Where ?
This is an online training

Who ?


Understanding Competition Law in a commercial context – how can everyday business-as-usual become problematic under competition law? 

Understanding Competition Law compliance – what can be done to protect oneself and the company against competition law risks and investigations?

Understanding Competition Law as a tool – how can competition law be used for commercial interests vis-à-vis competitors, suppliers, and customers?

The session will be composed of a two hour presentation and an additional complementary interactive 30 minute Q&A session during which participants are encouraged to engage with the speakers.


Dos and Don’ts in everyday business life

  • How to engage with competitors
  • How to act within trade associations – knowing the limits
  • How to communicate with customers on competitor information

Tips and Tricks for Competition Law compliance

  • How to communicate internally
  • How to reduce competition law risks by internal organization

What to do if it is too late?

  • How to detect violations internally and which action to take
  • How to react in a dawn raid and when confronted with questions from competition authorities

Using Competition Law as a tool:

  • How to use competition law to complain to authorities
  • How to design and re-negotiate contracts with the help of Competition Law
  • How to claim damages on competition law grounds

Merger Control:

  • How to understand whether a transaction needs to be notified
  • How to complicate or block mergers of competitors or suppliers


Fynn Dewald (Associate, EU Financial & Competition Law, Arendt & Medernach),
Joe Zeaiter (Associate, EU Financial & Competition Law, Arendt & Medernach).

Target Group

Directors, in-house lawyers, staff responsible for supply and or sales  and anybody interested to hear more on this topic.


2,5 hours.






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