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Samuel Sadden is an American attorney and consultant working primarily in New York and Brussels. Sam joined CPI in 2016 as an editor and since 2017 is the managing editor. Sam holds a BA in French and Religious Studies from the University of Michigan, an MA in French Cultural Studies from Columbia University, a JD from the University of Iowa College of Law and an LLM in European Legal Studies from the College of Europe. Before joining CPI, Sam was an associate at a Brussels based law firm focusing on antitrust and trade matters. Additionally, Sam interned at the European Union’s General Court in Luxembourg as one of two participants in the US Embassy’s Dean Acheson Legal Stage program. He also interned at DG Competition in the European Commission as well as at the Brussels office of a leading American law firm. Sam is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey and D.C.

The Commission unconditionally clears the acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft
The General Court’s ruling in Case T-43/16, 1&1 Telecom GmbH v. European Commission
Apple (C-595/17): ECJ on jurisdiction clauses and private enforcement: “Multinationals, go ahead and abuse your distributors”?
European Algorithmic Antitrust and Resale Price Maintenance: Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips, and Pioneer Decisions
Should Jurisdictional Clauses be Interpreted Differently in Competition Law Cases? A Comment on Case C 595/17 Apple ECLI:EU:C:2018:854
Apple/Shazam: Data Is Power, But Not A Problem Here
State aid recovery ends where private savings begin rules General Court in Arco judgment
Commission Approval For Microsoft’s $7.5 Billion Github Acquisition CASE M.8994 – MICROSOFT / GITHUB
Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council to empower the competition authorities of the Member States to be more effective enforcers and to ensure the proper functioning of the internal market (“ECN Plus Directive”)
Geo-blocking of Audio-visual Services in the EU: Gone with the Wind?
What the Servier judgment teaches us about market definition under Article 102 and patent settlement agreements under Article 101
The European Court of Justice’s Judgment In Case C-265/17 P, Commission v. United Parcel Service
The Theory of Harm in the Bundeskartellamt's Facebook Decision
CPI EU News: FCO Facebook Quadriptych
The EU Competition Law Notion “Undertaking” That Is Used To Determine Liability For Fines Is Also To Be Used When Determining The Entity That Is Liable For Damages
Simultaneous Application of EU and National Competition Law by the Same Competition Authority: No Ne Bis In Idem
Google AdSense for Search: Fines Always Come in Threes
The CJEU Clarifies the Rules on Antitrust Damages Actions Before and After the Harmonization
The Effectiveness of European Competition Law After Opinion 1/17
The EU Commission Issues Passing-on Guidelines

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