Cleary Gottlieb Shortlisted for 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards
January 28, 2020
Cleary Gottlieb lawyers have authored several articles shortlisted for 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards by Concurrences.
In the Academic category, the following articles were shortlisted:
- “European Champions – Why Politics Should Stay Out of EU Merger Control” (by Nicholas Levy and Henry Mostyn)
- “The Temporal Scope of the Damages Directive: A Comparative Analysis of the Applicability of the New Rules on Competition Infringements in Europe” (by Philipp Kirst)
- “Mobile Telecommunications Mergers in the EU – Remedies Revisited” (by Bernd Langeheine, Beatriz Martos Stevenson, and Jan Przerwa)
- “Ensuring Innovation Through Participative Antitrust” (by Alexander Waksman)
In the Business category, the following articles were shortlisted:
- “Should We Disrupt Antitrust Law?” (by Maurits Dolmans)
- “European Commission Fines Qualcomm €242M for Predatory Pricing” (by Maurits Dolmans and Wanjie Lin)
- “Judicial Review of Merger Decisions: An Overview of EU and National Case Law” (by Nicholas Levy)
- “Competition Policy Within the Context of Free Trade Agreements” (by François-Charles Laprévote)
- “FCA Issues First Penalties for Competition Infringements” (by Jonathan Kelly, James Brady, Nicholas Levy, and Paul Gilbert)
- “Artificial Intelligence And Blockchain: An Introduction to Competition Issues” (by Gianluca Faella and Valerio Cosimo Romano)
- “Growing Pains: Is Private Enforcement of State Aid Stuck In Adolescence?” (by Alexander Waksman)
The Antitrust Writing Awards aim to promote competition scholarship and contribute to competition advocacy by recognizing the best antitrust writings published annually.
Winners will be announced in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, April 21.