CPI Talks… …with Paul Gilbert & Maurits Dolmans

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks we have the pleasure of speaking with Paul Gilbert and Maurits Dolmans, of the London office of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton LLP. Maurits recently wrote articles entitled “Should We Disrupt Antitrust Law?” and “Pandora’s Box of Online Ills.” Paul has given presentations on “Competition Law and Big Data.”

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks we have the pleasure of speaking with Paul Gilbert and Maurits Dolmans, of the London office of Cleary Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton LLP. Maurits recently wrote articles entitled “Should We Disrupt Antitrust Law?” and “Pandora’s Box of Online Ills.” Paul has given presentations on “Competition Law and Big Data.” Both have extensive experience in the IT sector. They have advised various clients in this area, but speak here on their own behalf.

Thank you, Paul and Maurits, for sharing your time for this interview with CPI.

1. Recent months and years have seen intense discussion on “big data” and its role in competition in the digital economy. Much of this discussion relates to the question of whether, in the language of the competition rules, “big data” are a mere asset, a “barrier to entry,” an “essential facility,” or all of the above. Is the classic terminology misleading when applied to this new phenomenon? Rather, does this debate merely underline the need for a careful case-by-case approach to com

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