Study day at HEC Liege

Are GAFAM Killing the Next Big Thing?

A discussion on boundaries and their limits

Call for contributions: 5th doctoral workshop on the Economics of Digitization

A discussion on Artificial Intelligence and regulation by-design

Regards croisés sur la télémédecine et l’intelligence artificielle au service des soins de santé

Discussing free movement in EU Law

Technological Innovation, Temporal Dimension, Path Dependence, Cyberspace Law, Outer Space Law, Bioethics, Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

A discussion on the award of social benefits to Union migrant jobseekers

Automated law enforcement, recommender systems, and fundamental rights-based approach to AI regulation

A discussion on pricing algorithms and tacit collusion

A discussion on Opinion 1/19 on the EU’s accession to the Istanbul Convention and national authonomy

Regards croisés sur la voitures électriques ou autonomes : aspects juridiques, techniques, environnementaux et économiques

This online seminar aims to discuss algorithmic tacit collusion and price discrimination from an economic, technical, and legal perspective. Advancements in artificial intelligence have given rise to well-known debates on algorithmic collusion and the resulting need for changes to antitrust/competition rules and doctrines, yet it remains uncertain to what extent they will materialise in practice.

Professor Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel and Julien Bois, PhD will introduce the ERC project EUDAIMONIA

Julien Cabay et Bernard Vanbrabant prendront respectivement la parole sur les interactions qui existent entre le droit de la propriété intellectuelle, d’une part, et les droits de l’Homme ou le droit de la responsabilité civile, d’autre part.

The LCII invites you to its Next Conference: “A New “Consensus” on Competition Policy in Digital Markets?” (Monday 16 December 2019)

LCII brown bag seminar series

LCII Brow bag seminar

Feel free to join us !

The LCII cordially invites you to its next Brown Bag seminar !

The LCII presents its Brown bag seminar series:

The LCII presents its Brown bag seminar series:

HEC-ULiege is pleased to invite you to its next academic event: “Should robots be taxed?” / “Faut-il taxer les robots ?”

Economics of Digitization: Call for Papers

The AIPPI’s (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property) Belgian group is organising a Meet IP on Thursday 5 October 2017 at 19h30. Professor and LCII member Bernard Vanbrabant will be speaking on the following topic: “IP meets parody – about the role of parody in copyright and trademark law.”

The LCII, in collaboration with TILEC, invites you to its next Conference on “Innovation, Research and Competition in the EU: The Future of Open and Collaborative Standard Setting”. (Brussels, 29-30 May 2017).

Conférence organisée par Ober Dictum, en partenariat avec le LCII

The University of Liege, in partnershiip with the KU Leuven organizes a half-day conference on State Aid law on March 31th, 2017.

Economics of Digitization: call for papers

Jens Prüfer: “Competing with Big Data”

Andreea Cosnita-Langlais: “How procedures shape substance: Institutional Design and Antitrust Evidentiary Standards”

Thibaud Vergé: “Platform Price Parity Clauses with Direct Sales”

Industrial organization in the digital economy: call for papers

Ambre NICOLLE: “Consumer loss aversion and switching mobile tariffs”

The LCII is proud to invite you to its next interdisciplinary conference on the Sharing Economy.

The LCII is proud to invite you to its next Interdisciplinary Conference on the Sharing Economy.

Patrice BOUGETTE: “Should I Go by Bus? A Preliminary Assessment of the French Long Distance Bus Industry Liberalization “

The LCII invites you to its next Half-Day Conference on ” “Regulating patent “hold-up”? An assessment in light of recent academic, policy and legal évolutions” (Brussels, February 29st, 2016)

Mark IVALDI will speak on Life Insurance Competition on February 5, 2016.

F. MARTY will speak on “The History of Competition Policies and the evidence of their positive effects” on March 4, 2016.

Second workshop on the industrial organization of the digital economy

Conference on the CJEU Ruling: Implications for Antitrust and Patent Law

The BSC is pleased to invite you to a Morning Briefing on “the sector inquiry in e-commerce: what competition agenda for the digital single market?”, on Tuesday, 9 June 2015.

Conference on Public Restrictions : Challenges for Competition Authorities, Governements and Rule Makers

The LCII, in collaboration with HEC-ULg, organizes a two days Workshop on Industrial Organization in the digital economy.

The LCII organizes with its sibling institution, the Brussels School of Competition (“BSC”) a conference on the First Birthday of the New Competition Authority.

The LCII is pleased to invite you to a “morning briefing” on Antitrust v IP 2.0: SEPs injunction cases, NPEs, Privateering, etc.

The Liège Competition & Innovation Institute (“LCII”) is pleased to invite you to the first event devoted to the Intel v Commission judgment, due on 12 June 2014. This afternoon seminar will take place on 16 June 2014 at the Fondation Universitaire in Brussels.

The Brussels School of Competition (“BSC”) and The Liège Competition & Innovation Institute (“LCII”) are pleased to announce a half-day conference on “Commitments in EU Competition Policy”.

The LCII is pleased to invite you to an half-day conference on Conflicts of Interests in EU Competition Law.