Economists Thomas Bowman, Thibaut de Bernard and Guillaume Duquesne co-authored a paper for Concurrences on market definition. The authors argue that traditional approaches towards market definition need to be adapted for digital ecosystems, and discuss a practical application to the recent NVIDIA/Arm merger. Abstract Understanding competition between ecosystems is increasingly important in competition cases concerning … Continued
On 13 June, Senior Vice President Patricia Lorenzo and Head of Data Science, Rashid Muhamedrahimov spoke at the Concurrences Innovation Economics conference for antitrust lawyers at King’s College London. Patricia focused on the interaction between SEPs and Competition Law, while Rashid discussed the impact new tools and technologies have on Competition Law.
Senior Vice Presidents Lau Nilausen and Rameet Sangha co-authored a paper in the Competition Law & Policy Debate Journal. The paper analyses the details of the General Court’s assessment of the AEC test in the context of the January 2022 Intel judgement. Abstract This article explains how the General Court’s January 2022 Intel judgment raises … Continued
Economists Frederic Palomino, Soledad Pereiras and Nadine Watson participated in a Q&A with Financier Worldwide on competition law and sustainability. The authors discuss the key trends in sustainability initiatives in competition law, how authorities can strike a balance between promoting sustainability efforts and restricting anti-competitive practices, and how companies can assess potential harms and benefits … Continued
Economist John Davies joined speakers from DG Comp, Facebook and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in a webinar organized by Concurrences.
Jorge Padilla of Compass Lexecon co-authors, with Robert O’Donoghue of Brick Court Chambers, the third edition of this book which examines the legal and economic principles that underpin the application of Article 102 TFEU to the behavior of dominant firms.
Jorge Padilla joins a panel on competition in digital markets, focussing on key issues at stake including market leveraging, self-preferencing, conflicts of interest and exploitative conduct at this full day event organised by TILEC, with the support of Geradin Partners.