The tickets to attend this year’s conference in person are limited. However, the event can also be viewed online, at a reduced fee:
- EUR 325 per person (plus VAT) to attend the conference in person at the KIT, including lunch and reception
- EUR 125 per person (plus VAT) to view the conference online
- Included in both prices: the possibility to take part in the webinars that we will host during the months ahead.
- 50% discount for participants who work for public bodies (ACM, judiciary, universities etc.).
This conference is aimed at:
Practitioners, judges, members of supervisory authorities, civil servants and academics specialising in competition law or regulation.
Once you have registered, you can only cancel by sending an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cancel up to three weeks before the conference starts, we will charge an administrative fee of EUR 75 (plus VAT). If you cancel less than three weeks before the event, we will unfortunately have to charge you the full registration fee. If you are unable to attend, you may pass on your place to someone else.
Stichting Ontwikkelingen Mededingingsrecht, the organising body,is not recognised as an accredited training institute by the Dutch bar association Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten (NovA).
If you are an advocaat, and you follow or teach a course at a non-accredited institute, you may assess for yourself whether the course satisfies the conditions for awarding credits, based on Article 4.4(4) of the Dutch Legal Profession Bye-Law (Verordening op de advocatuur). Under that clause, the training must be of an academic standard, must benefit the practical experience or practice of the advocaat and must be taught by expert lecturers.
If the course meets the conditions described above, and if you believe that your professional skills will benefit from following or teaching the course, you may calculate the number of credits for yourself: following one net hour of training qualifies for one credit, while teaching carries one credit per half hour of training given. You must be able to demonstrate that you actually followed the training. To prove this, you must provide:
- a certificate of participation (written confirmation); and
- a course programme showing (a) what topics were addressed, (b) who taught the course and (c) what the times were at which the topics were taught (to establish the number of net hours of training).
We recommend that you keep these documents in a safe place. You may then register your CPD credits during the centralised annual review (CCV). You do not need to submit a separate request to NOvA. To find out more about how many credits are awarded for activities, non-law-related activities and what documents to submit, visit the list of FAQs of the councils of the local bar associations.