A second event on Latin American antitrust will be held in New York city this week. Below, you will find the details of the lunch organized by the Columbia International Antitrust Law Association (CIALA). It is worthwhile mentioning that Natalia Barrera Silva, one of my fellow partners in this blog, and Rodrigo Surcan Dos Santos have arranged the lunch as co-presidents of CIALA.
The event also includes Pablo Máquez and Diego Faleck as speakers and they will focus on Colombia and Brazil, respectively.
“Columbia International Antitrust Law Association (CIALA)
cordially invites you to join us for
Antitrust Law in Latin America: Perspectives from Brazil and Colombia
Former Interim Secretary of Economic Law, Chief of Staff of the Secretariat of Economic Law of the Ministry of Justice of Brazil, Partner/Founder at Faleck & Associados.
Pablo Márquez Escobar
Superintendent for Antitrust and Competition Policy, Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio, Colombia.
All students are welcome!
Thursday, April 7th, 12:10 pm
Lunch Will Be Catered by Café Nana.
If you plan on joining us for this event, please email CIALA@law.columbia.edu by Wednesday, April 6th, at 5 pm, so that we may order enough food for everyone. Please specify any dietary requirements in the subject and body of the email.
Read our blog: http://blogs.law.columbia.edu/antitrustassociation/
Follow us on twitter: @CLS_CIALA”