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4th November 2021

IIC UK Chapter Workshop

Chapter event

Hosted By Frontier Economics, London

Thursday 4 November 2021

The UK Chapter is planning a workshop to discuss the recent government proposals to create a regulatory framework for competition in digital markets.

Further details coming soon.

For more information please contact Steve Unger, UK Chapter Chair;


David Foster Director, Competition Practice, Frontier Economics

David Foster is a Director in the competition practice at Frontier Economics, and has worked with Frontier since 2005. He has a wide range of experience advising clients in merger, market investigation and litigation work in front of the EU, UK and other national regulatory authorities. He has particular expertise in Telecoms, Media and Technology, in FMCG and retail, and in public markets and the healthcare sector.

Mr Foster is listed in Who’s Who Legal for competition economics, and has published in the Competition Law Journal. He sits on the Editorial Board of the LexisNexis CompetitionPSL publication, for which he has authored a number of articles on the application of EU Competition Law.

Pinar Akman (Prof) Professor of Competition Law & Director at Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in Digital Governance

Bio coming soon …….

Will Hayter Senior Director, Digital Markets Unit at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)

Bio coming soon ……..

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