Defence’s Forex expert says it’s difficult to alter fixes

Litigators of the Week: White & Case

Chopra says Linde/Praxair remedy not enough

Chopra’s dissent: The Tipline for 23 October 2018

DOJ’s AT&T appeal may be undercut by a trial concession

The government’s chances of successfully appealing the AT&T/Time Warner ruling are complicated by an apparent concession on efficiencies during the trial. William S Comanor – previously special economic assistant to the assistant attorney general for antitrust and director of the Federal Trade Commission’s bureau of economics – and Donald I Baker – former head of the DOJ’s antitrust division – explain.

Q&A with Nokia’s Eeva Hakoranta

Eeva Hakoranta was recently appointed vice president and general counsel of Nokia Technologies, the licensing business of Nokia. In an interview with Pallavi Guniganti, Hakoranta talked about the swinging pendulum of licensing law, the differences between civil law and common law systems, and the problem of conflicting national court judgments.

Litigators of the Week: White & Case

The overturning of class certification for indirect purchasers of Asacol may reshape how some class actions are formed, as a defence strategy of aggressive discovery on plaintiffs bore fruit in a successful appeal.

Hot Docs – Hovenkamp, hospital-home bias and a healthy dose of judicial review

While the recent heatwave may have you inside by the air-conditioning all day, we have collected the hottest docs in antitrust to keep you entertained.



GCR Live 2nd Annual Women in Antitrust


GCR Live 3rd Annual Düsseldorf


Regional Reviews


The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review 2017


EU: Directorate General for Competition

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Director General for Competition

EU: Abuse of Dominance

Cormac O'Daly and Frédéric Louis

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Private Litigation 2018



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Hogan Lovells


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