Kilpailulainsäädäntö osana toimialayhdistysten ja yritysten arkea


Event date

5 Apr


Dittmar & Indrenius > Insight > Kilpailulainsäädäntö osana toimialayhdistysten ja yritysten arkea

Dittmar & Indreniuksen ja Terveysteknologia ry:n yhteistyössä toteuttaman webinaarisarjan toisessa osassa Mirva Arvola ja Aarne Puisto puhuvat kilpailuoikeuden merkityksestä ja siitä, miten toimialajärjestöön kuuluvien jäsenyritysten tulee huomioida kilpailulainsäädäntö liiketoiminnassaan.

Webinaarissa käsitellään muun muassa seuraavia aiheita:

  • Kilpailulainsäädännön merkitys
  • Kilpailijoiden välisen kanssakäymisen rajat
  • Toimialajärjestöjen piirissä tapahtuva yhteistyö ja vastuukysymykset
  • Toimintaohjeet kilpailuviranomaisen yllätystarkastuksen varalle
  • Vireillä olevat kilpailusääntöjen uudistushankkeet

tiistai 5.4.2022, klo 15.00 – 16.00

Jos et ole saanut kutsua tilaisuuteen ja haluaisit osallistua, voit olla yhteydessä:
[email protected]

Tilaisuutemme ovat ensisijaisesti tarkoitettu asiakkaillemme ja muille sidosryhmillemme.

The webinar is in Finnish.

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