Beginning Thursday, 26 October 2017 09:00
End Thursday, 26 October 2017 13:30
Location Boulevard Bischoffsheim 11, 1000, Brussels, Belgium
Event fees British Chamber members: €180.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: €240.00 (incl. VAT)

A half day, practical training session that will help you better understand and navigate the EU and all its complexities.

The training course will focus on:

  • The functioning of the three primary EU institutions: the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Council of the EU.
  • How the institutions take decisions and how the legislative processes work both in theory and in practice.
  • The key stakeholders and persons of influence within the institutions. 
  • Practical tips and guidance for interacting with the institutions.

The experience of our trainers:

Jordan, Alexander and Lorna’s experience covers both EU and UK law from a broad range of sectors. 

Their familiarity with the institutions of the EU stems from their varied work on mergers, antitrust, litigation, state aid and other EU law.

A few highlights include advising:
  • Royal Dutch Shell on its acquisition of BG Group - the largest acquisition in the oil and gas industry for a decade;
  • Ball Corporation on the European competition aspects of its acquisition of Rexam plc; and
  • British Airways on its appeals to the General Court and the Court of Justice against the European Commission’s decision regarding alleged cartel activity in the airfreight sector.

With Jordan Ellison from Slaughter and May


Lawyer | Slaughter and May

Jordan, Alexander and Lorna work in Slaughter and May’s market-leading EU law practice. Jordan became a partner in 2014 and has built a strong EU law practice. He has represented clients before the EU and UK competition authorities and various sectoral regulators. Having previously been based in the London office, Alexander has been resident in the Brussels office since September 2013. Lorna qualified into the Competition Group in March 2015 and joined the Brussels office in March 2016.


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British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium
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