The DMA implementing Regulation
Date:

14 December 2022

Time:

19:00 - 20:30 (CET)

Speaker(s):

Antoine Babinet
Policy officer, Task Force Digital Markets Act
DG COMP

Pierantonio D’Elia
Priorities and Strategic Coordination Unit
DG COMP

Location: In-person / By webinar

CPD: Accredited for 1.5 hours CPD (UK SRA)

Registration: Closes at 10AM (CET) on 14 December

The European Commission is expected to launch a public consultation on a regulation implementing the Digital Markets Act ('DMA') before the end of the year. 


The DMA imposes a stringent regulatory regime on large online platforms (so-called “gatekeepers”) and gives the Commission new enforcement powers, including an ability to impose fines and remedies for non-compliance. 


The DMA entered into force on 01 November 2022. Most of its provisions will apply from next MayDesignated gatekeepers will have to comply with the DMA's obligations from March 2024. 


Participants in this first first 'Chatham House rule' in-person / webinar dialogue with Antoine Babinet and Pierantonio D’Elia will gain a better understanding of how to help their clients prepare to comply with the DMA.


List of participants (updated 28 November)


Regulation (EU) 2022/1925 of 14 September 2022 on contestable and fair markets in the digital sector (Digital Markets Act) 


DG COMP's DMA page


DMA implementing acts page


DMA Q&A document


DG COMP's digital services expert consultancy services tender (22.06.22)


'Intelligent policies for crisis and transition', M. Vestager, EVP, Brussels (27.09.22)


Commission Notice on informal guidance relating to novel or unresolved antitrust questions OJEU C381 / 9 (04.10.22)


'The New Competition Tool consultation - the "nuclear" option?'M. Scholz | G. Wolf, DG COMP, Brussels Matters (25.06.20)

Registration Fees
(Rates in €uros excluding VAT)
Category Early Normal Late
Private Sector Lawyer/Economist

150

175

200

General/In-house Counsel

120

140

160

Public Sector Lawyer

80

100

120

Full-Time Students/Academics

50

50

75

How to participate?

You can participate in this discussion by Zoom webinar from your (home) office.

Following registration, all participants will receive an email confirmation of participation and a receipt, once their credit card payment has been approved.

Participants will be able to join the webinar from 11.45am (CET).

The discussion will last up to 90 minutes. All participants will receive the speaker's presentation and will be able to ask questions.

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