Charting a Greener Future for EU Competition Law
The project sets out to harness the transformative power of environmental sustainability by charting new ways for a greener future...
Antitrust violations in their various forms result in considerable costs and disadvantages for competitors, customers and the public at large. Yet...
Book Launch: Big Tech and Innovation
On 16 September 2022, Ariel Ezrachi launched his newest book with Maurice Stucke, “How Big-Tech Barons Smash Innovation—and How to...
EU Competition Law: Bridging Digital and Green?
At a roundtable discussion on 5 July 2022, Vicky Robertson together with Björn Herbers (CMS) and Alessandro Gropelli (ETNO) explored...
Ecosystem Market Definition in Google Android
The market definition in the General Court’s Google Android judgment paves the way for much-needed changes in analysing relevant markets...
Doctrinal Challenges for EU Competition Law
At first sight, an approach to EU competition law that is more conscious about data protection as well as greener...
Big Tech and the Federal Trade Commission
Ahead of the midterms in the US, Austrian newspaper Der Standard took stock of the first 15 months of Lina...
(University of Utrecht) @ Jour fixe, Can hypernudging by digital voice assistants amount to anticompetitive discrimination? (27 April 2022)
(Attorney-at-law) @ Course "Exploitation of IP Rights", eSports (2 June 2022)
(E+H Rechtsanwälte) @ Course “Moot Court Kartellrecht”, Preliminary round (19 January 2022)
Welcoming the Hub’s Visiting Researchers for Summer 2022
The Competition Law Hub is happy to welcome three visiting researchers in the summer term of 2022: Viktorija Morozovaite (University...