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This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.

Two of our lawyers – partner Dr Richard Camilleri and senior associate Dr Annalies Azzopardi –gave a joint presentation entitled ‘How does competition law contribute to consumer welfare?’ at the Annual Consumer Law and Policy Conference.The Conference was held on World Consumers’ Day, which falls on 15th March, and organised by the Chamber of Advocates, Malta together with the Department of Commercial Law at the University of Malta and the Malta Law Academy of the Chamber of Advocates.This year, the conference was attended by representatives from the European Commission.

The first part of the presentation, given by Dr Camilleri, focused on the theory behind the consumer welfare objective in competition law, whilst the second part, given by Dr Azzopardi, dealt with the practical results of competition cases for consumers. The presentation can be accessed [here or by clicking on the link below].

How does Competition Law contribute to Consumer Welfare?

Dr.Richard Camilleri & Dr.Annalies Azzopardi


This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information or legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.