We certainly experienced interesting times in 2012. Before the year fades away in the anticipation of even more excitement to come (already we have William Baer at DOJ, Josh Wright at FTC, and Google settled), we once again present a dozen of our most read articles of 2012, chosen not only for their popularity but also for their variety. And we certainly want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that participated in the CPI community this year – from our editorial board, to our authors, and, most especially, our subscribers. May you all have a Prosperous and Joyous New Year!
A Dozen of Our Best
The remedies imposed in China are sometimes quite creative and do not always seem burdensome for the parties. Franois Renard (Allen & Overy)
The limited frequency and the potentially limited impact of the possible anticompetitive effects of these transactions in the real world warrants a cautious approach. Francisco Enrique GonzÃ¡lez-DÃaz (Cleary Gottlieb)
The EU’s forthcoming direct accession to the ECHR gives the ECtHR and the EU courts the perfect opportunity to find that competition law proceedings must fully respect the fair trial rig