Blog O’ Blogs August

Blog O’ Blogs August

Summer lulls in many jurisdictions provide a fertile ground for introspection, revision and theory. International organisms, academics and practitioners have taken this time to address the coming storms as Antitrust and competition law continue to play catch-up with changing technologies and an increasingly complex global economy, where blurring lines between private and public, necessary and […]

Blog O’ Blogs July

Blog O’ Blogs July

June’s summer season brings heat to several debates as legislators on both sides of the Atlantic focused on upcoming cases that could mark a turning point for the Telecommunications, Internet and Internet Services markets. Certainly an interesting summer rush, which may lead to a few shocking news in the coming months as the dust settles […]

Blog O’ Blogs June

Blog O’ Blogs June

The approaching Summer heat appears to send the Antitrust community into a bout of introspection and planning for the future, facing possibly major developments over the months ahead. Efforts to coordinate with scholars and authorities in the increasingly interconnected world of e-commerce and other high-tech issues feature prominently, as well as questions of how to ensure […]

Blog O’ Blogs May

Blog O’ Blogs May

Easter season finds the Antitrust community walking egg shells, with uncertainty (and some palpable effects) over the looming upheaval to Europe’s Status Quo. Across the Atlantic some decisions continue to confound predictions, while developments in ‘new’ Asian and European jurisdictions come under greater scrutiny by their global peers. Thankfully, new resources and insightful think-pieces are at hand to help […]

Blog O’ Blogs April

Blog O’ Blogs April

Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, and like bears awaking from slumber, the region’s Antitrust regulators and practitioners have been getting busy. Massive mergers are now facing important crackdowns and previously ‘safe’ sectors start feeling the burn of a renewed round of scrutiny. Perhaps, an urge to clean house as new, never-before-seen issues in […]

Blog O’ Blogs March

Blog O’ Blogs March

February gets the year into gear for Competition Authorities around the world as they come to terms an uncertain outlook on many fronts. Questions abound, from the effects (real and imagined) of BREXIT, to the early signs coming from a freshly installed (but not yet fully staffed) Trump administration and the prospect of Chinese antitrust […]

Blog O Blogs February

Blog O Blogs February

Our look back at January’s activity brings us a view of a world in transition, with national regulators shoring up their powers and gearing up for what looks to some like a post-new year turn towards introspection and protectionist impulses. Get up to date with these developing tendencies! Top 12 EU Legal Developments to Watch […]

Blog O’ Blogs January

Blog O’ Blogs January

The Blog o’ Blogs is back this January, with a re-cap dominated by end-of-year recollections, reflections and predictions for the new year as the world enters a turbulent 2017 and the momentous changes of recent months begin to translate into real-world effects. Check out this selection and make sure you haven’t missed a thing! The […]

Blog O Blogs December

Blog O Blogs December

The question dominating this November (in antitrust and elsewhere) focuses on the major upset of the US elections and the uncharted political territory that may be wrought by the Ultimate Outsider’s victory– both at home and across the world. With many global economies gearing towards what some fear to be a new era of protectionism, an […]

Blog O Blogs November

Blog O Blogs November

Controversy brewing in global antitrust, with some serious developments gearing up to bring us plenty to discuss for year’s end. Landmark cases may shake up the landscape in Europe for major tech industries, while the still incomplete SCOTUS awaits with a full docket for a (possibly) game-changing election, and the FTC tackles the complexity of a (possibly criminal) new […]

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