On 5 October, Executive Vice President, Kirsten Edwards-Warren, was a moderator for the Concurrences Antitrust Horizon: Meet the Enforcers conference in Brussels.
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.
On 21 April, economists Soledad Pereiras and Justin Coombs spoke at the Concurrences Innovation Economics conference for antitrust lawyers at King’s College London. Soledad focused on market definition in digital markets, while Justin discussed potential exclusionary behaviour by companies and their effects on the market and consumers. Panel 1 – Market definition in innovation markets: … Continued
Expert Economist George Siotis authored an article for Concurrences in which he argues that, in abuse proceedings involving both foreclosure and exploitative abuse, defining relevant markets conditional on the nature of the infringement offers a cogent framework. The insights also transpose to mergers. Abstract Art 102 proceedings require concomitance: the incriminated undertaking must be deemed dominant at the time … Continued
Expert Economists Jorge Padilla and Salvatore Piccolo authored an article for Concurrences’ On-Topic February issue on the circumstances under which a firm can be regarded as competitive and whether it would be correct to conclude that only companies operating in fragmented markets and acting as price takers can be regarded as such. In this paper, … Continued