Tag: Digital markets

Q&A: Competition and antitrust issues in digital markets

Expert economists Salvatore Piccolo, Patricia Lorenzo, Guillaume Duquesne, Kadambari Prasad, and Paul Reynolds discuss competition and antitrust issues in digital markets with Financier Worldwide. Could you provide an overview of how the digital marketplace has developed in recent years? Piccolo: Recent years have witnessed the emergence of an increasing number of online marketplaces with new … Continued

The proposed DMA – Back to the “form-based” future?

In a report written by Compass Lexecon professionals1, the authors explain that, as it stands, the DMA is no doubt intimately intertwined with competition policy. However, as proposed, it lowers enforcement standards by reverting to the form-based approach prevailing before the 2004 Antitrust Modernisation.

The DMA: A Radical Change in the EU

Miguel de la Mano joined a panel to discuss the major changes presented by the European Commission’s proposed Digital Markets Act (“DMA”) at the Innovation Economics conference.

Innovation Economics Conference

REGISTER TO ATTEND Compass Lexecon experts Miguel de la Mano, Kirsten Edwards-Warren, Elizabeth Wang, and Urs Haegler join panels at the 5th Innovation Economics conference for antitrust lawyers, discussing the implications of the latest developments in digital and technology markets on competition law and economics in a series of webinars co-organized by Concurrences and King’s … Continued

The new regime for digital competition in Europe – who is the gatekeeper?

By John Davies, Justin Coombs, and Rameet Sangha The growth of the ‘internet giants’ has led to calls for increased antitrust (competition law) enforcement the world over. Some believe that existing laws and mechanisms are sufficient; others argue that the large digital platforms – particularly the GAFA firms Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon – create … Continued