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University of Liege School of Law (ULg)

Professor Nicolas Petit is a Research Professor at the School of Law in the UniSA Business School and Professor of Law at Liege University, Belgium.

Professor Nicolas Petit's research focuses on antitrust law, intellectual property, and law in a context of technological change. His recent written works deal with the legal challenges created by the introduction of artificial intelligence and robotics in society. He is also working on a book on technology platforms' competition.

Professor Petit holds a PhD from the University of Liege (Belgium), an LL.M from the College of Europe (Bruges), a Master's degree from the University of Paris II and an LLB from the University of Paris V. He practiced law with a leading US law firm in Brussels and he also served as a Clerk at the Commercial Chamber of the French Supreme Court. In 2005 he attended Harvard Law School’s Visiting Researchers Program.

Professor Petit is the co-author of EU Competition Law and Economics (Oxford University Press, 2012) and the author of Droit européen de la concurrence (Domat Montchrestien, 2013), a monograph which was awarded the prize for the best law book of the year at the Constitutional Court in France. In 2017, he received the GCR award for academic excellence.

State Created Barriers to Exit: The Example of the Acquisition of Alstom by General Electric
The Smallest Salable Patent-Practicing Unit Experiment, General Purpose Technologies And The Coase Theorem
Huaweï v ZTE: Judicial Conservatism at the Patent-Antitrust Intersection
Market Power in the Credit Rating Industry: State of Play and Proposal for Reforms
Credit Rating Agencies and Competition Law
Credit Rating Agencies and Competition Law
Credit Rating Agencies and Competition Law
A Review of the Competition Law Implications of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union
A Review of the Competition Law Implications of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union
The Commission’s Non-Contractual Liability in the Field of Merger Control – Don’t Use a Hammer When You Need a Screwdriver
Judicial Remedies Under EC Competition Law: Complex Issues Arising from the Modernization Process
Price Discrimination Under EC Competition Law: Another Antitrust Theory in Search of Limiting Principles