The EU Competition Private Enforcement Forum 2024

The dedicated Forum bringing together Claimant and Defendant expert insights on EU Competition Litigation.

20 November 2024 | In-Person | Amsterdam, Netherlands

Complimentary attendance for In-House Counsel, Regulatory Authorities and Government Representatives

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Join your peers from across Europe’s competition litigation community, to hear both claimant and defendant insights into private enforcement action at this uniquely dedicated Forum. Gain unique practical insights into recent developments and trends in collective redress, cross-border claims, damages valuations, litigation funding and more.

Leading experts from across the EU will meet in Amsterdam on 20 November to share practical experience, highlight key areas of change and deliver guidance on key issues. Bringing together those involved in live cases and to address lessons learned and experience gained in this rapidly evolving landscape.

Hear Direct from the Judiciary:

Don’t miss the opportunity to meet members of the Judiciary from various EU jurisdictions making key decisions for the Competition Private Enforcement Landscape.

Your Multi-Jurisdictional Advisory Board:

With the agenda curated by key practitioners from both claimant and defendant sides from across the EU, The EU Competition Private Enforcement Forum 2024 brings a balanced perspective addressing concerns for all practitioners. 

Just Some of the Key Topics You Will Hear Addressed:

Discussing the Implementation of the EU Directive on Collective Redress 
- The state of Collective Redress across jurisdictions 
- Bundled claims and alternatives to traditional collective redress
- Requirements for collective claimant groups throughout the EU
Unpacking Developments in Damages Valuations Through Europe
- The role of expert valuations in litigation across jurisdictions
- Discussing the uses Court vs Party experts
- Judicial estimations as an alternative to expert valuations
Exploring the Increase in Abuse of Dominance Claims  
- Reviewing current cases and developments in Article 102
- Why are abuse of dominance cases on the rise?
- DMA Gatekeepers and Abuse of Dominance
Exploring Jurisdiction Preferences ­and Cross-Border Litigation
- Key regimes bringing cases from foreign jurisdictions
- Why do some regimes not have claims taken across border?
- Practical considerations when deciding how and where to take a claim
Examining Eastern European Jurisdictions
- Examining the implementation of EU private enforcement directives 
- Hureaka v Google: key cases and procedural innovations in eastern European jurisdictions
- Engaging in Collective Redress and Abuse of Dominance claims in more limited regimes
Navigating the Intersection Between Competition and Wider Regulatory Enforcement 
- The Digital Markets Regime and competition private enforcement in Europe
- The increasing blur between antitrust and consumer protection enforcement
- Data Protection claims intersecting with antitrust breaches

Roundtable Discussions

Select Your Mix of Sessions from Three Roundtable Discussions

You'll have the opportunity to select your choice of topics to build an agenda that best suits your practice, with three roundtable discussions on key challenges in the Private Enforcement Regime.

These smaller group sessions are specifically designed to facilitate enhanced discussion and more focused knowledge sharing. In addition, you'll also have the more time building your network with fellow attendees through the more open dialogue this format allows.

Topic 1 – Examining the Damages Limitation Regime


 - Discussing recent ECJ rulings on Limitation and it’s impacts 
- In this 10th year of the Damages Directive is there need to amend it?

Topic 2 – Preparing for Private Enforcement Cases


- Claimant perspectives on strategies for bringing a claim
- Defendant perspectives on preparing for follow-on when facing public enforcement

Topic 3 – Discussing Practical Challenges to Case Management

 - Examining procedures for access to evidence 
- Why are there no settlements in the EU?

In just one content-packed yet comprehensive day, you'll gain key insights on the latest developments in EU antitrust litigation.

With claimant and defendant perspectives throughout, you’ll benefit from a more even discussion, hearing a diverse set of views, ensuring a more informed perspective with insights into the mindset of opposing counsel, while other events are weighted more towards either one or the other.

Prominent private practitioners, in-house counsel, leading economists, judges, and other key stakeholders, will provide insight from front line experiences on key challenges.

Just Some of the 30 Expert Speakers You'll Hear From:

Peter Crudo
Peter Crudo Executive Vice-President
Verita (USA)
Tim Reuter
Tim Reuter Principal
RBB Economics (Belgium)
Simone Gambuto
Simone Gambuto Founding Partner
Nunziante Magrone (Italy)
Assimakis Komninos
Assimakis Komninos Partner
White & Case (Belgium)
Dominique S. Wagener
Dominique S. Wagener Partner / Founder
COMMEO (Germany)
Andoni de la Llosa
Andoni de la Llosa Partner
Redi Abogados (Spain)
Radovan Kubáč
Radovan Kubáč Partner
Nedelka Kubáč advokáti (Czech Republic)
Jan-Willem De Jong
Jan-Willem De Jong Partner
Scott + Scott (Netherlands)
 Pepijn van Ginneken
Pepijn van Ginneken Partner
Brinkhof (Netherlands)
Dorothy Hansberry-Bieguńska
Dorothy Hansberry-Bieguńska Partner
Hansberry Tomkiel (Poland)
Zoltán Marosi
Zoltán Marosi Partner Co-Head of Competition and Antitrust
DLA Piper (Hungary)
Rüdiger Lahme
Rüdiger Lahme Partner
Quinn Emanuel (Germany)
Machteld de Monchy
Machteld de Monchy Partner
De Brauw (Netherlands)
Henner Schläfke
Henner Schläfke Partner
Henry Abbott
Henry Abbott Policy Officer - European Competition Network & Private Enforcement - DG COMP
European Commission (Belgium)

Attendance will also bring you opportunities to meet and expand your network amongst the significant number of your peers who’ll be joining you from across the competition sector.

Plus, to ensure the vitally important in-house point of view will heard at this event, all in-house practitioners are invited to attend at no cost on a complimentary basis.

Event Partners

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Knowledge Partner

Contact Us


For Speakers enquiries please contact Alexander Edgal on +44 (0) 20 3998 9752 or email


For Partnership enquiries please contact Helen Berwick on +44 (0) 20 3433 2281 or email


For Bookings enquiries please contact Amy Barrett on +44 (0) 20 3059 9796 or email


For Marketing enquiries please contact Yelda Ismail on +44 (0) 20 3398 8551 or email