White & Case partner James Killick will discuss how to further your strategic agenda through challenges to EU decisions.
As well as explaining how the General Court works, this seminar will explore the public affairs benefits and challenges around a Court challenge.
If you are a public affairs professional, want to learn how the EU courts work and the best way to use litigation strategically, then join us for this seminar which will be followed by a networking cocktail.
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James Killick has been involved in pleading a number of leading cases in the European Courts, including Servier (patent settlements), SAS v Commission (Air Cargo), Rambus (standard setting), Intel (discounts), Microsoft v Commission (compulsory licensing; treatment of trade secrets), Hanner (finding the Swedish retail monopoly on pharmaceuticals illegal), Forum 187 v Commission (fiscal state aids), Pfizer v Council (precautionary principle), IMS Health (compulsory licensing), Nintendo v Commission (parallel trade), Servier v Commission (banning of pharmaceuticals), Cheil Jedang v Commission (fining policy) and Du Pont v Commission (anti-dumping, GSP). The competition law journal Global Competition Review named the Air Cargo case, in which James represented SAS, as its Matter of the Year for 2016.