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First Romanian Law Firm Specialized In Competition & State Aid Opens

Adrian Șter and Diana Crângașu, two of the most seasoned competition and State aid lawyers in Romania, are launching the first law boutique specialized...

Competition Law and the State: Competition Laws’ Prohibitions of Anti-Competitive State...

By Eleanor M. Fox (New York University) & Deborah Healey (University of New South Wales) The role that the state place, both formally and informally,...
Spain

Antitrust Damages’ Claims in Spain

By Francisco Marcos (IE Law School) After briefly describing the institutional and legal framework for antitrust damages claims in Spain, this article surveys the courts’...
Egypt

Egypt Names New Antitrust Head

Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea appointed Mahmoud Momtaz as the Chairman of the Egyptian Competition Authority (ECA) reported Egypt Today. Momtaz received his...

Anti-Competitive Mergers in Two-Sided Digital Platform Markets: The Case of Uber-Grab

By Kenneth Khoo (National University of Singapore) Digital Platforms pose a number of challenges to regulators around the world. In particular, markets where Digital Platforms...

Economic Inequality and Competition Law: ‎ A Comparative Analysis of the...

By Amit Zac (University of Oxford) To what extent does the choice of competition law model a relevant factor affecting ‎economic inequality? While competition laws...
Law

UK’s CMA Fines ComparetheMarket For Breaking Competition Law

The CMA has fined ComparetheMarket £17.9 million after it found that clauses used in the company’s contracts with home insurers breached competition law. An investigation...

Common Ownership and Minority Shareholding at the Intersection of Competition and...

By Anna Tzanaki (Lund University) Common ownership is the talk of the town in antitrust land. Surrounded by mystery and noise, the competitive implications of...
Law

The Three Body Problem – Extraterritoriality, Comity and Cooperation in Competition...

By Pedro Caro de Sousa (OECD) The three body problem in physics concerns the challenge of accurately calculating the interaction of three different bodies (e.g....
Tax Avoidance

The Long Arm of State Aid Law: Crushing Corporate Tax Avoidance

By Sandra Marco Colino (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) The sun is setting on the days when multinationals could establish intricate tax systems to...

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