Mid-August 2020, a series of events unfolded in a short period of time. They may prove a watershed moment for the role of antitrust in regulating digital markets.
The recent wave of claims against digital giants appears to have completed a circle with Slack’s recent claim against Microsoft for allegedly abusing its dominant position by tying Microsoft Teams to the Office 365 software package. One cannot deny the resemblance between this claim and the previous tying cases Microsoft had faced, however, upon closer look Slack’s claim is much more than just another Microsoft case.
Essentials of Public Procurement
19.11.2020 - 20.11.2020 | Online
This two-day interactive online course is designed to provide you with the essentials of public procurement law, to kick start your knowledge or freshen up your background. Join from wherever you are – high-quality content delivered to your (home) office.…...mehr lesen
Autumn Online Conference on European State Aid Law 2020
23.11.2020 - 24.11.2020 | Online
The Autumn Conference offers a platform to discuss and exchange on current developments in EU State aid law. Expert panels and fictitious case studies with leading practitioners invite participants to get actively involved in the debates, exchange experiences and receive…...mehr lesen
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CoRe – European Competition and Regulatory Law Review
Official Blog of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe)
The CoRe Blog is the interactive online platform for up-to-date analysis of EU competition law developments. It’s the blog companion of the quarterly double blind peer-reviewed European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe). The CoRe Blog fills in the gaps that a 4-times-a-year journal can’t address: immediate updates and analysis of breaking news in EU competition and regulatory law and the opportunity to discuss these developments directly with other experts through our Comments section.
We want to hear what you think about the hot topics in EU competition and regulatory law. So share your thoughts in the Comments section of every blog post or submit your own post (500-2000 words) as an external author. The author of the most popular blog post in the last quarter will be published in the CoRe journal and get a free copy of an issue of their choice.