Four Latham Articles Shortlisted for 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards


January 25, 2022

Leading French antitrust publication, Concurrences, has shortlisted four articles written by lawyers at Latham as a part of their 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards, an annual awards program that “aims to reward writing, scholarship, originality, practical relevance, and the contribution they make to competition advocacy.”

Latham has been recognized in the following categories and subcategories:

Business Articles – Concerted Practices

Key proposals for the UK’s vertical Block exemption successor by London partner David Little and London associates Alexandra Luchian and James Mathieson

Business Articles - Digital

Spotlight on Germany: The new digitalization act by Düsseldorf partner Jan Christoph Höft and Düsseldorf associate Fabienne Rotering

Business Articles – Mergers

New guidance on Article 22 EUMR referrals to the European Commission by Paris/Brussels partner Adrien Giraud, Paris/Brussels partner Jacques-Philippe Gunther, Madrid partner José María Jiménez-Laiglesia, London partner David Little, Brussels partner Javier Ruiz Calzado, and Brussels partner Sven Völcker

Business Articles – Procedure

Market Definition Notice under review by Brussels partner Carles Esteva Mosso, Paris/Brussels partner Adrien Giraud, and Brussels knowledge management counsel France-Hélène Boret.

Voting for the winners in each of these categories is open until March 25, 2022 and the articles can be voted on by following the hyperlinks above. The winners of the awards will be announced on April 5, 2022.

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