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Global antitrust in 2021

European Union, Germany, United Kingdom, USA - January 15 2021 Welcome to our latest look at the 10 biggest trends in the world of antitrust. 2020 turned out like few, if anyone, had expected. With the fallout…

Deirdre Trapp, Tone Oeyen, James Aitken, Amna Arshad, Rafique Bachour, Paul van den Berg, Helmut Bergmann, Dr Andreas von Bonin, Onno Brouwer, Rod Carlton, Enrique Carrera, Alicia Van Cauwelaert, Alastair Chapman, Deba Das, Michele Davis, Ninette Dodoo, Maria Dreher, Julie Elmer, Tom Ensign, Andrew Ewalt, Lilly Fiedler, Nicholas French, Nicholas Frey, Laurent Garzaniti, Aude Guyon, Uta Itzen, Thomas Janssens, Sarah Jensen, Tobias Klose, Martin Klusmann, Winfred Knibbeler, Christine Laciak, Mary Lehner, Eric Mahr, Bruce McCulloch, Martin McElwee, Aimen Mir, Alastair Mordaunt, Peter Niggemann, Alex Potter, Simon Priddis, William Robinson, Jan Rybnicek, Robert Schlossberg, Ulrich Scholz, Sascha Schubert, Sascha Schubert, Alvaro Pliego Selie, Richard Snyder, Ermelinda Spinelli, Justin Stewart-Teitelbaum, Marie-Claire Strawbridge, Maren Tamke, Bea Tormey, Akinori Uesugi, Maj Vaseghi, Ricky Versteeg, Alexander Viktorov, Thomas Wessely, Gerhard Wiedemann, Kaori Yamada, Paul Yde, Hazel Yin, Gian Luca Zampa, Juliane Ziebarth.

Globalisation of antitrust mass claims

Global - October 21 2020 Julie Elmer, Natalia Gomez, Roman Mallmann and Mark Sansom focus on the mechanisms for controlling mass claims including class certification from our…

Julie Elmer, Natalia Gomez, Roman Mallmann.

'Green' competition law - sustainable collaboration or anticompetitive collusion?

European Union, Global, United Kingdom, USA - August 6 2020 As explained in our earlier blog post, there is a growing recognition among competition law policymakers in Europe, the US and elsewhere that…

Angus Reston.

‘Green’ competition law - a changing enforcement climate?

European Union, France, Germany, United Kingdom, USA - May 11 2020 In recent years, climate change has shot up the public and political agenda in Europe, the US and elsewhere. As policymakers seek to develop…

Angus Reston.

Take two for the UK collective actions regime: Certification of the claims dismissed in Walter Merricks CBE v Mastercard

European Union, United Kingdom - July 25 2017 The parameters of the UK's new collective actions regime continue to take shape with the dismissal of the proposed collective action brought by…

Nicholas Frey, Jonathan Isted, Jon Lawrence, Lauma Skruzmane.