In June 2016, a post-conference book was published on “Economics of Competition Protection. Vertical Restraints”, edited by Prof. Anna Fornalczyk and Prof. Tadeusz Skoczny. The book contains articles and speeches presented by the participants of the international conference, organized in Warsaw in October 2015 by the OCCP and the Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (CARS).
During the conference, Mr. Sroczyński was speaking on “Behavioral economy as an analytical tool in competition law”, in the panel entitled “Use of economics in the application of competition law”. The above presentation was now published in the post-conference book as an article under the same title. The publication contains also accounts of the different panels held during the conference. Mr. Sroczyński was a moderator of one them, devoted to “The areas of application of economic analyses in antimonopoly law”.
On April 14, 2016, Jarosław Sroczyński presented a lecture entitled “Remedies: is the OCCP a market regulator?” and discussed the 2015 and 2016 amendments of the Polish Competition Law. The lecture was organized for corporate lawyers (including legal advisors, advocates and applicants) by the Association of Corporate Counsel Europe (ACC Europe) and the Economic University in Katowice. ACC Europe is a part the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), established in 1982, which groups 40,000 members from 85 countries, employed in over 10,000 corporations.
Team of Markiewicz & Sroczyński GP consists of highly qualified experts in their fields, who have years of experience in research and teaching at the Jagiellonian University. This statement is also based on the knowledge and experience of Mr. Jarosław Sroczyński - the founder and first director of the Cracow Regional Office of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection.
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