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Articles & Video
“Key competition topics explained in few minutes”: an online training initiative by the OECD-GVH Regional Centre for Competition
Mexican Court Recognises Attorney-Client Privilege in the Field of Competition Law
An Overview of the TMT Landscape in 2016
Antonio Butta looks at the 2016 competition law landscape of Italy, with a focus on the TMT sector. What can the rest of the EU learn from their recent cases?
Important Guidance on the Application of Public Procurement Law: the OECD’s Recommendation on Fighting Bid Rigging in Public Procurement
In-House Counsel of the Month: Jacques Moscianese, Group Head of Antitrust Affairs & Strategic Support, Intesa Sanpaolo
Finland, Cartels and the Presumption of Harm
Will the Presumption of Harm Revolutionise Cartel Damages Actions or Remain as a Technical Amendment in Finland?
Regulator of the Month: Ann Pope, Senior Director (Antitrust), Competition and Markets Authority
Each month we focus on the work and interests of either a regulator or an in-house counsel. This month we interviewed Ann Pope, Senior Director (Antitrust) of the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
BEREC’s Relationship with the TMT Industry
Our Competition Law and Regulation in the Telecoms, Media and Technology Sector conference begins tomorrow. We spoke to Dr Wilhelm Eschweiler, Chair of BEREC, to discuss their relationship with the TMT industry.
A Judge’s Insight into Public Procurement
Just before our European Public Procurement conference tomorrow, we asked Marc Steiner, one of our speakers to discuss his position as a judge and current issues in public procurement…
Contractors and Cartels: Limiting the Risk
Do you commonly use contractors? The cartel liability risk for companies instructing third party contractors has now been clarified. Here is what you need to know to limit the risk…