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”Antitrust Code” is a podcast series that aims to decode antitrust law and policy. Concurrences guests discuss the latest news and topical issues in competition law and economics around the world.

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”Antitrust Code” is a podcast series that aims to decode antitrust law and policy. Concurrences guests discuss the latest news and topical issues in competition law and economics around the world.

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English


Episodes
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A Discussion on the Egyptian Competition Regime, including the New Merger Control Framework- Dr. Mahmoud Momtaz (Egyptian Competition Authority)

5/17/2024
In this new episode, Hugh Hollman (A&O Shearman) interviewed Dr. Mahmoud Momtaz (Egyptian Competition Authority) on where we are and what is to come for the New Egyptian Competition Regime. Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website, where you can find all relevant articles. DOCUMENTATION 1. If you would like to read about this topic, you can access the following Concurrences documents. If you do not have access, please inquire for Subscription. 2. Tamer Nagy, Nazly Khedr, The Egyptian Government publishes the implementing regulation on the amended Competition Act to herald a new merger control regime, 4 April 2024. 3. Hegui Taha, Maha El Meihy, Rana Moustafa, The Egyptian House of Representatives approves the amendments to the national Competition Law to herald landmark reforms in the merger control regime, 4 December 2022. 4. J. Mark Gidley, Tamer Nagy, Ahmad Ashraf, The Egyptian Government approves its first pre-notification merger regime, 25 November 2020. 5. Marianela López-Galdos, The Egyptian Prime Minister approves amendment to the national Competition Act granting independence of its Competition Authority, 18 December 2011.

Duration:00:51:10

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Interview of Olivier Guersent (DG COMP) by Khushita Vasant (MLex)

4/2/2024
In this live event, Khushita Vasant (MLex) is interviewing Olivier Guersent (DG COMP) on 20 years of competition policy and the first stage of implementation of the DMA. DOCUMENTATION If you would like to read about this topic, you can access the following Concurrences documents. If you do not have access, please inquire for Subscription. 1. European Commission, The EU Commission designates a multinational booking platform as a gatekeeper in the online intermediation market (Booking.com), 13 May 2024. 2. Alain Ronzano, Digital Markets Act: The European Commission designates a Big Tech company as a gatekeeper under the Digital Markets Act with respect to its operating system for tablets (Apple), 29 April 2024. 3. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The EU Commission, US FTC and DoJ hold a joint technology and competition policy dialogue to strengthen cooperation and promote fair competition in the digital economy, 11 April 2024. 4. Alain Ronzano, Digital Markets Act: The European Commission launches five non-compliance investigations against GAFAMs, as well as two preliminary investigations on suspicion that four of the six gatekeepers are not fully complying with the obligations laid down by the DMA (Alphabet ; Apple ; Meta), 25 March 2024. 5. Alain Ronzano, Digital Markets Act : The European Commission designated gatekeepers who must comply with all obligations provided for by the regulation on digital markets (Apple, Alphabet, Meta, Amazon, Microsoft et ByteDance), 7 March 2024. 6. Alain Ronzano, Digital Markets Act : The European Commission concludes, after four market investigations, that certain platforms from the GAFAM should not be considered as gatekeepers (iMessage ; Bing ; Edge ; Microsoft Advertising), 13 February 2024. 7. General Court of the European Union, The EU General Court dismisses a video-sharing service provider’s challenge to its designation as a gatekeeper (Bytedance), 9 February 2024. 8. Thomas Graf, Robbert Snelders, Henry Mostyn, Sabrina Apitz-Grossman, Conor Opdebeeck-Wilson, Bianca Buzatu, The EU Commission designates the first set of gatekeepers under the Digital Markets Act (Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / ByteDance / Meta / Microsoft), 6 September 2023.

Duration:00:42:35

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AI Antitrust - Yann Guthmann (French Competition Authority)

2/8/2024
In this new episode, Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi (Dazi Avocats) interviewed Yann Guthmann (French Competition Authority) on where are we and what is to come for Artificial Intelligence Antitrust Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. DOCUMENTATION If you would like to read about this topic, you can access the following Concurrences documents. If you do not have access, please inquire for Subscription. 1. Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi, Edging antitrust enforcement in the generative artificial intelligence era, May 2024. 2. UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority seeks views on whether partnerships, hiring of former employees and other arrangements among AI companies, comply with UK merger regulations (Microsoft / Mistral AI / Amazon / Anthropic / Microsoft / Inflection AI), 24 April 2024. 3. Henry Mostyn, Anders Jay, Aleksandra Katolik, Ghazzal Maydanchi, The UK Competition Authority publishes its updated review of AI Foundation Models which highlights that the sector is developing in ways that risk negative market outcomes, 11 April 2024. 4. French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority initiates ex officio inquiries and launches a public consultation into generative artificial intelligence, 8 February 2024. 5. German Competition Authority, The German Competition Authority announces that the investments and cooperation between a Big Tech and an artificial intelligence company are not subject to merger control (Microsoft / OpenAI), 15 November 2023.

Duration:00:38:00

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Merger Control & FDI

2/6/2024
Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. Nicole L. Castle, Jon B. Dubrow, Noah Feldman Greene, Gregory E. Heltzer, Joel R. Grosberg, Raymond Jacobsen, The US FTC and DOJ propose new draft Merger Guidelines which introduce substantial changes including reduction in the threshold for presuming competitive harm in horizontal mergers and a new structural presumption for vertical mergers, 19 July 2023 2. Craig A. Waldman, Aimee E. DeFilippo, Michael A. Gleason, Michael H. Knight, Jeremy P. Morrison, Pamela L. Taylor, Ryan C. Thomas, The US FTC and DOJ propose important changes to Hart-Scott-Rodino Act for premerger filings, 29 June 2023 3. Gabrielle Kohlmeier, Jennifer E. Mellott, Meghan Rissmiller, Mergers in the telecommunications sector: An overview of EU and US case law, 29 June 2023 4. David M. Harrison, Sarah Wilks, Ruth Neligan, UK : Trends in merger control post-Brexit : Fresh out of the oven, May 2023 5. Nicholas Xenakis, Ryan K. Quillian, The US House of Representatives passes a legislative package updating legislation on antitrust, FDI and mergers, 29 September 2022 6. Marc Freedman, The UK Government publishes a report summarising FDI under the new screening regime, 16 June 2022

Duration:00:56:09

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Tech in Antitrust Podcast - Closing discussion

2/6/2024
Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes.

Duration:00:51:22

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Digital Regulations: Americas, EU, UK & Asia

2/6/2024
Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. Cary Coglianese, Alicia Lai, Algorithms and Competition in the Digital Economy, 5 October 2023 2. Omar Shah, Leonidas Theodosiou, Savas Manoussakis, Nina Jayne Carroll, The UK Competition Authority releases its initial AI foundation models report and the guiding principles for firms, 18 September 2023 3. Thibault Schrepel, Generative AI, pyramids and legal institutionalism, September 2023 4. Philip Marsden, UK Competition law & Digital markets: An overview of national case law, 13 July 2023 5. Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Peter Rowland, Jose Munoz, The EU Commission publishes the names of the companies that have declared that they meet the thresholds to qualify as gatekeepers under the Digital Markets Act (Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / ByteDance / Meta / Microsoft...), 4 July 2023 6. Yannis Katsoulacos, Accelerating antitrust enforcement through the use of more presumption-based legal standards for the big-tech digital markets, May 2023 7. Nigel Parr, Anna Morfey, Christopher Eberhardt, Fiona Garside, The UK Government announces the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill to introduce a wide range of reforms in the regulation of Big Tech, 25 April 2023 8. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ adds 9 State Attorneys General to its joint suit against a Big Tech company for monopolising digital advertising technologies (Google), 17 April 2023 9. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ, FTC, and EU Commission hold the third meeting of the EU-US Joint Technology Competition Policy Dialogue, 30 March 2023 10. Adam Acosta, Mark J. Gidley, George Paul, Gabriela Baca, Cassandra Calderon, Sandra González Sánchez, The US DoJ joins with the Latin American Competition Authorities to launch parallel investigations and enforcement actions involving alleged anticompetitive restrictions on digital products and in-app purchases, digital advertising, self-preferencing, and various exclusivity arrangements, 2 March 2023

Duration:00:56:41

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Fireside Chat with Sarah Cardell (UK CMA) - Tech in Antitrust

2/6/2024
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Duration:00:30:54

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How Tech Shapes the Future of Antitrust: a Discussion with David Tudor and Neil Dryden

2/5/2024
In this new episode, Neil Dryden (Compass Lexecon) is interviewing David Tudor (Prosus) on where we are and what is to come for tech antitrust. Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: #1 DIGITAL REGULATIONS : AMERICAS, EU, UK & ASIA 1. Cary Coglianese, Alicia Lai, Algorithms and Competition in the Digital Economy, 5 October 2023 2. Omar Shah, Leonidas Theodosiou, Savas Manoussakis, Nina Jayne Carroll, The UK Competition Authority releases its initial AI foundation models report and the guiding principles for firms, 18 September 2023 3. Thibault Schrepel, Generative AI, pyramids and legal institutionalism, September 2023 4. Philip Marsden, UK Competition law & Digital markets: An overview of national case law, 13 July 2023 5. Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Peter Rowland, Jose Munoz, The EU Commission publishes the names of the companies that have declared that they meet the thresholds to qualify as gatekeepers under the Digital Markets Act (Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / ByteDance / Meta / Microsoft...), 4 July 2023 6. Yannis Katsoulacos, Accelerating antitrust enforcement through the use of more presumption-based legal standards for the big-tech digital markets, May 2023 7. Nigel Parr, Anna Morfey, Christopher Eberhardt, Fiona Garside, The UK Government announces the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill to introduce a wide range of reforms in the regulation of Big Tech, 25 April 2023 8. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ adds 9 State Attorneys General to its joint suit against a Big Tech company for monopolising digital advertising technologies (Google), 17 April 2023 9. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ, FTC, and EU Commission hold the third meeting of the EU-US Joint Technology Competition Policy Dialogue, 30 March 2023 10. Adam Acosta, Mark J. Gidley, George Paul, Gabriela Baca, Cassandra Calderon, Sandra González Sánchez, The US DoJ joins with the Latin American Competition Authorities to launch parallel investigations and enforcement actions involving alleged anticompetitive restrictions on digital products and in-app purchases, digital advertising, self-preferencing, and various exclusivity arrangements, 2 March 2023 #2 MERGER CONTROL & FDI 1. Nicole L. Castle, Jon B. Dubrow, Noah Feldman Greene, Gregory E. Heltzer, Joel R. Grosberg, Raymond Jacobsen, The US FTC and DOJ propose new draft Merger Guidelines which introduce substantial changes including reduction in the threshold for presuming competitive harm in horizontal mergers and a new structural presumption for vertical mergers, 19 July 2023 2. Craig A. Waldman, Aimee E. DeFilippo, Michael A. Gleason, Michael H. Knight, Jeremy P. Morrison, Pamela L. Taylor, Ryan C. Thomas, The US FTC and DOJ propose important changes to Hart-Scott-Rodino Act for premerger filings, 29 June 2023 3. Gabrielle Kohlmeier, Jennifer E. Mellott, Meghan Rissmiller, Mergers in the telecommunications sector: An overview of EU and US case law, 29 June 2023 4. David M. Harrison, Sarah Wilks, Ruth Neligan, UK : Trends in merger control post-Brexit : Fresh out of the oven, May 2023 5. Nicholas Xenakis, Ryan K. Quillian, The US House of Representatives passes a legislative package updating legislation on antitrust, FDI and mergers, 29 September 2022 6. Marc Freedman, The UK Government publishes a report summarising FDI under the new screening regime, 16 June 2022 #3 DIGITAL COMPETITION ENFORCEMENT: IN-HOUSE COUNSEL PERSPECTIVES 1. European Commission, The EU Commission sends a Statement of Objection to a Big Tech company over abusive practices in online advertising technology (Google ad tech), 14 June 2023 2. Ronan Scanlan, The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal announces the receipt of an...

Duration:00:18:37

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Tech in Antitrust Podcast - Alexandre Cordeiro Macedo (CADE)

2/5/2024
In this new episode, Milena Robotham (Clifford Chance) is interviewing Alexandre Cordeiro Macedo (CADE) on where we are and what is to come for tech antitrust. Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. Cary Coglianese, Alicia Lai, Algorithms and Competition in the Digital Economy, 5 October 2023 2. Omar Shah, Leonidas Theodosiou, Savas Manoussakis, Nina Jayne Carroll, The UK Competition Authority releases its initial AI foundation models report and the guiding principles for firms, 18 September 2023 3. Thibault Schrepel, Generative AI, pyramids and legal institutionalism, September 2023 4. Philip Marsden, UK Competition law & Digital markets: An overview of national case law, 13 July 2023 5. Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Peter Rowland, Jose Munoz, The EU Commission publishes the names of the companies that have declared that they meet the thresholds to qualify as gatekeepers under the Digital Markets Act (Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / ByteDance / Meta / Microsoft...), 4 July 2023 6. Yannis Katsoulacos, Accelerating antitrust enforcement through the use of more presumption-based legal standards for the big-tech digital markets, May 2023 7. Nigel Parr, Anna Morfey, Christopher Eberhardt, Fiona Garside, The UK Government announces the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill to introduce a wide range of reforms in the regulation of Big Tech, 25 April 2023 8. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ adds 9 State Attorneys General to its joint suit against a Big Tech company for monopolising digital advertising technologies (Google), 17 April 2023 9. US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ, FTC, and EU Commission hold the third meeting of the EU-US Joint Technology Competition Policy Dialogue, 30 March 2023 10. Adam Acosta, Mark J. Gidley, George Paul, Gabriela Baca, Cassandra Calderon, Sandra González Sánchez, The US DoJ joins with the Latin American Competition Authorities to launch parallel investigations and enforcement actions involving alleged anticompetitive restrictions on digital products and in-app purchases, digital advertising, self-preferencing, and various exclusivity arrangements, 2 March 2023

Duration:00:28:29

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Tech Antitrust 2024 - Margrethe Vestager

2/1/2024
In this new episode, Margrethe Vestager (Vice President of the EU Commission) speaks on digital and antitrust policy at the Tech Antitrust conference held in Palo Alto on January 11, 2024 by Concurrences in partnership with Clifford Chance and Compass Lexecon. Follow us on X @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes.

Duration:00:31:23

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”Judicial Review of Competition Cases” in the US

12/18/2023
A highly informative dialogue between Judge Douglas Ginsburg (US Court of Appeals) and Judge Diane Wood (US Court of Appeal), on the subject of the book "Judicial Review of Competition Cases", published by Concurrences: https://www.concurrences.com/en/all-books/judicial-review-of-competition-cases

Duration:00:47:28

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The ”Competition Law Treatment of Joint Ventures” in Brazil and the US

10/31/2023
A comparative dialogue between Neil Campbell (Partner at McMillan), Renata Fonseca (Partner at Mattos Filho), and Sonia Kuester Pfaffenroth (Partner at Arnold & Porter), on the subject of the book "Competition Law Treatment of Joint Ventures", published by Concurrences: https://www.concurrences.com/en/all-books/competition-law-treatment-of-joint-ventures-109114

Duration:00:26:12

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Insights into the ”Competition Law Treatment of Joint Ventures”

9/28/2023
An informative discussion between Alastair Mordaunt (Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer), Andrea Hamilton (Partner at Milbank London), and Niko Hukkinen (Partner at Frontia Helsinki), on the subject of the book "Competition Law Treatment of Joint Ventures", published by Concurrences: https://www.concurrences.com/en/all-books/competition-law-treatment-of-joint-ventures-109114

Duration:00:17:41

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A Discussion on the ”Judicial Review of Competition Cases”

9/14/2023
An informative dialogue between Judge Douglas Ginsburg and former Chairman of the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal, Peter Freeman, on the subject of the book "Judicial Review of Competition Cases", published by Concurrences. https://www.concurrences.com/en/all-books/judicial-review-of-competition-cases

Duration:00:25:52

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Pierre Régibeau’s exit interview

8/1/2023
In this new episode, Oliver Latham (Charles River Associates) is interviewing Pierre Régibeau (DG COMP). He reviews the key developments that took place during his term. Follow us on Twitter @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Peter Rowland, Jose Munoz, The EU Commission publishes the names of the companies that have declared that they meet the thresholds to qualify as gatekeepers under the Digital Markets Act (Alphabet / Amazon / Apple / ByteDance / Meta / Microsoft...), 4 July 20232023 2. Géraldine Amiel, Alexis Galataud-Coskun, The EU Commission publishes the first ever European Economic Security Strategy, 20 June 2023 3. Bill Batchelor, Andreas Kafetzopoulos, The EU Commission adopts new Horizontal Block Exemption Regulations and Horizontal Guidelines which provide a stricter information exchange regime for competitors’ cooperation, 1 June 2023 4. Thomas Courbe, DSA / DMA: Now it’s time for a successful implementation !, May 2023

Duration:00:24:29

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Foreign Subsidies - Margrethe Vestager

3/17/2023
In this new episode Margrethe Vestager (European Commission) speak for Foreign Subsidies: Towards enforcement of the EU regulation conference organised by Concurrences in partnership with King & Spalding, Willkie Farr & Gallagher and Avisa Partners Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on Twitter @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. Lise Damelet, EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation, Global Dictionary of Competition Law, Concurrences, 1st February 2023 2. Carole Maczkovics, Johan Ysewyn, Peter D. Camesasca, Sophie Bertin, Christian Ahlborn, Sibel Yilmaz, The EU Parliament and Council Foreign Subsidies Regulation designed to prevent the distortion of the internal market enter into force, 12 January 2023 3. European Commission, The EU Commission sees the Foreign Subsidies Regulation enter into force, 12 January 2023 4. Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Lode Van Den Hende, Morris Schonberg, The EU Council adopts the Foreign Subsidies Regulation and the EU Commission schedules publication of the draft implementing regulation for the start of 2023, 28 November 2022 5. Alain Ronzano, Competition policy: The European Parliament adopts by a large majority the regulation on foreign subsidies distorting the internal market, 10 November 2022 6. Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Lode Van Den Hende, Morris Schonberg, The EU Commission reaches agreement on foreign subsidies regulation with the new regime scheduled to enter into force in 2023, 30 June 2022

Duration:00:22:56

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Mobile ecosystems - Michael Jacobides

3/2/2023
In this new episode, Jennifer Baker (EU Policy and Tech Reporter) is interviewing Michael Jacobides (London Business school) on Mobile ecosystems. If you would like to read about this podcast’s topic, you can access the following Concurrences documents. If you do not have access, please inquire for Subscription here. 1. Japanese Competition Authority, The Japanese Competition Authority publishes a market study report on mobile OS and mobile app distribution, 9 February 2023 2. UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority opens an investigation into cloud gaming and browsers (Apple / Google), 22 November 2022 3. Kathryn McMahon, USA: Monopolization of mobile ecosystems - The decision in Epic v. Apple, September 2022 4. Marie Cartapanis, Frédéric Marty, Relevant market: The General Court of the European Union upholds the Commission’s decision imposing a record fine on the dominant operator for strengthening its dominant position in the markets for general internet search services and intelligent mobile operating systems (Google / Android), 14 September 2022 5. UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority probes a Big Tech company over potential abuse of dominance in ad tech (Google), 26 May 20226. Frédéric Jenny, Competition law enforcement and regulation for digital ecosystems: Understanding the issues, facing the challenges and moving forward, September 2021

Duration:00:34:23

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Tech in Antitrust - Meet the enforcers : Inge Bernaerts

2/28/2023
In this new episode, John Davies (Compass Lexecon) is interviewing Inge Bernaerts (DG COMP) on where we are and what is to come for tech antitrust. Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on Twitter @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. German Competition Authority, The German Competition Authority issues statement of objections against a Big Tech company’s data processing terms (Google), 11 January 2023 2. Assimakis Komninos, Jérémie Jourdan, Preti Giulio, The EU Commission publishes its draft DMA Implementing Regulation for consultation, together with the proposed notification form for "gatekeepers", 9 December 2022 3. Ann-Christin Richter, The EU Commission see its Digital Markets Act enter into force and therefore increased antitrust scrutiny of Big Tech firms, 1 November 2022 4. Konstantina Bania, Sean-Paul Brankin, Jean Cattan, Francis Donnat, Damien Geradin, Martin d'Halluin, Pierre Larouche, Theano Karanikioti, Alexandre de Streel, Joëlle Toledano, Pat Treacy, Daniel Zimmer, The Digital Market Act, September 2022 5. Laurence Idot, David Bosco, Martine Behar-Touchais, Michel Debroux, Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi, Benoît De Nayer, Pierre Petillault, Digital market Act: Competition law and digital giants (Nanterre, April 1, 2022), September 2022 6. Laurence Bary, Marion Lecole, Antitrust in the digital sector: An overview of EU and national case law, 30 June 2022

Duration:00:18:09

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Funding Private Enforcement - Deminor

2/28/2023
In this new episode, Joeri Klein, Giacomo Lorenzo, Felix Von Zwehl from Deminor speaks on Funding private enforcement. Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on Twitter @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. European Court of Justice, The EU Court of Justice finds that a national court may order the disclosure of evidence during the course of competition law proceedings for damages, even if the proceedings have been stayed owing to the Commission’s initiation of an investigation concerning the same infringement (Regiojet), 12 January 2023 2. Margot Vogels, Charlotte Nassogne, The EU Court of Justice rules that ‘relevant evidence’ under the Damages Directive is not limited to pre-existing documents (PACCAR / DAF Trucks / AD and others), 10 November 2022 3. Lesley Hannah, Anna Stellardi, Sofie Edwards, The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal issues opt-out certification decision in a class action brought against a Big Tech by a consumer advocate (Liz Coll / Google), 31 August 2022 4. Alain Ronzano, Sanction: The General Court of the European Union essentially upholds the fines imposed on the airlines in the air cargo cartel case (Airfreight cartel), 30 March 2022 5. Lochy Macpherson, Marc Barennes, Lochy Macpherson: Funding competition claims – What are the main trends?, February 2022 6. Agustin Reyna, Class action & damages claims: have we finally found the "Courage" two decades since the EU’s top Court landmark judgment? 20 January 2022

Duration:00:36:59

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Antitrust Horizon - Meet the Enforcers : Andreas Mundt

2/23/2023
In this new episode, Lorenzo Coppi (Compass Lexecon) is interviewing Andreas Mundt (Bundeskartellamt) on where we are and what is to come for global antitrust. Video available on Concurrences Youtube channel Follow us on Twitter @CompetitionLaws and join the Concurrences page on Linkedin to receive updates on our next podcast episodes. If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles: 1. German Competition Authority, The German Competition Authority extends its ongoing proceedings against an e-commerce giant to include the application of new powers which will allow the Authority to review the degree to which the firm may set market rules (Amazon), 14 November 2022 2. Christoph Arhold, Mark D. Powell, Genevra Forwood, Irina Trichkovska, The EU Commission adopts a second amendment to the Temporary Crisis Framework to support businesses affected by Russia’s actions in Ukraine and the unfolding energy crisis, 28 October 2022 3. German Competition Authority, The German Competition Authority clears unconditionally but "with unease" the acquisition of a CRM platform by a social media company (Meta / Kustomer), 11 February 2022 4. Falk Schöning, Johanna Brock-Wenzek, Florian von Schreitter, The German Parliament passes amendments of antitrust law affecting the merger control regime, 19 January 2021 5. Miranda Cole, Peter D. Camesasca, The German Competition Authority publishes a draft on a new merger control notification threshold based on transaction value, 30 October 2017

Duration:00:18:28