Magazines

December 1999 / January 2000

Sport and antitrust in Europe - The Modernisation White Paper and future shock - Canadian bank controversy revisited - Interview with Richard Parker

Survey: Where now for Microsoft?
  1. Let consumers decide this one
  2. News and Developments: Americas
  3. News and Developments: Europe
  4. News and Developments: Asia
  5. Herbert Smith gains top names
  6. Allen & Overy merger
  7. Covington & Burling/ Howard Smith & Levin
  8. Rudnick & Wolf merges with Piper & Marbury
  9. Rudnick & Wolf merges with Piper & Marbury
  10. Coudert merger
  11. Gernandt & Danielsson
  12. Dibb Lupton Alsop merger
  13. Denton Hall/Wilde Sapte
  14. Lovell White Durrant/Boesebeck Droste
  15. New VPs at Charles River Associates
  16. BAHR associate
  17. King & Spalding names new partner
  18. Block exemptions for Israel
  19. Vodaphone/Mannesmann
  20. Austrian bank cartel
  21. DASA/Aerospatiale Matra
  22. Airlines in Canada
  23. MCI Worldcom/Sprint
  24. Vodaphone/Bell Atlantic
  25. Vodaphone/Bell Atlantic
  26. AT&T and Dobson to buy American Cellular
  27. SAB buys Czech Brewer
  28. AMFM bought by Clear Channel Communications
  29. Japan's Fair Trade Commission halt incinerator bid-rigging
  30. UIP to continue into the millennium
  31. EU Commission investigates Linde's acquisition of AGA
  32. Tobacco merger
  33. Skandia, Storebrand and Pohjola
  34. Heineken/Cruzcampo
  35. United Biscuits sells frozen food business to Heinz
  36. Delta to buy remainder of Comair
  37. ASDA complaint against mobile phone operators
  38. Leonia/Sampo merger
  39. Merck-Medco managed case v Rite Aid Corp
  40. An interview with Lester Coleman, Halliburton Company
  41. An interview with Stephen Bolerjack, Ford Motor Company
  42. An interview with Richard G Parker
  43. Sport and antitrust after Bosman
  44. IBA Barcelona conference
  45. Fordham conference breaks all records
  46. Fiesole: under the Tuscan sun
  47. Where now for Microsoft?
  48. 'Inevitable modernisation' threatens future shock
  49. Canadian government revisits bank merger controversy
  50. Australia: ACCC unsuccessful in misuse of power action against Boral
  51. Belgium:Notification of a merger on the basis of a ‘draft agreement
  52. Canada: Airline restructuring battle continues
  53. China: Merger control for Foreign Investment Enterprises
  54. Colombia: The new Superintendency of Industry and Commerce
  55. Denmark: Cooperation in the asphalt industry prohibited
  56. EU: Telecommunications regulatory review
  57. France: Pricing policy in the pharmaceutical sector
  58. Germany: Sales below cost price under the amended ARC
  59. Hungary: Benefits of concentration
  60. Ireland: Review Group publishes proposals for reform of Irish competition law
  61. Italy: Investigation into petrol pricing agreements
  62. Netherlands: Controller of cross-border electricity network abused dominant position
  63. New Zealand: Oil companies breached price fixing rules
  64. Panama: Exclusivity clauses in advertising
  65. Spain: Joint electricity distribution network prohibited
  66. Switzerland: Competition Commission renders first decision on a spare-part market
  67. UK: Clarification of fining policy under the Competition Act 1998
  68. USA: FTC and DoJ's joint collaboration guidelines/Microsoft/Intel 'conspiracy'
  69. Franchising: International comity for franchise agreements

December 1999 / January 2000