GCR Volume 20 - Issue 9

GCR Volume 20 - Issue 9

Pages: 52

ISBN: 1369-4561

  • £100.00

In this magazine


  • GCR Live New York:
    • Feinstein denies FTC divestiture failures
    • US DOJ: merger counsel should highlight overlaps
    • McSweeny: privacy competition standard could have sunk Facebook/WhatsApp
    • Grenfell: shift in competition sentiment is broader than Brexit
  • Public Interest in merger reviews
  • Canada: 
    • Interview – John Pecman, Canada’s Commissioner of Competition
    • Competition bar
  • News


  • GCR Live Competition Litigation:
    • English judge warns against accelerated ECJ referrals
    • EU decisions still “evidence” in English courts post-Brexit, QC says
    • Economic theory may not suffice for passing on defence
    • CAT appears optimistic about collective damages certification
    • Multilateral settlements are desirable but difficult
  • Italy: 
    • Interview – Gabriella Muscolo, Italy’s Competition Authority
    • Competition Bar
  • GCR Live State Aid: 
    • Banking will remain a priority, says DG Comp state aid chief
  • Russia: 
    • Interview - Igor Artemiev, Federal Antimonopoly Service
    • Competition Bar
  • News


  • GCR Live East Asia Summit: 
    • ACCC to examine information exchange
    • Substantive antitrust law can tackle digital economy, panel agrees
  • News

GCR Live: 

  • Women in Antitrust:
    • US and Mexico antitrust heads diverge on regulation
    • EU unilateral conduct cases may be political, experts say
    • Beijing lawyer denies China’s authorities favour national interests
    • Privacy is part of antitrust, says former EU official

Middle East & Africa: 

  • News

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