Concurrences Review and George Washington University Law School Competition Law Center have shortlisted five articles by White & Case lawyers for the 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards.
The 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards "promote competition scholarship and contribute to competition advocacy" by "selecting the best antitrust writings published in 2021," according to Concurrences. The jury is composed of leading antitrust enforcers, academics and counsel, and readers may contribute to the selection of the winners by voting on the awards website. Winners will be announced at the Antitrust Writing Awards Ceremony, which will take place on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 in Washington, DC.
The shortlisted Business articles by White & Case lawyers are:
- Concerted Practices category: NCAA v. Alston: The Supreme Court has a chance to save joint venture law from the Ninth Circuit by Jack E. Pace (New York)
- Mergers category: "No Magic Number" Means "No Magic Number": Will the EU Court Turn the Tide on 4-to-3 Mobile Mergers in Europe? by Katarzyna Czapracka (Brussels)
- Intellectual Property: The US Congress Introduces a Package of Bills Seeking Changes to Antitrust and Patent Law in the Pharmaceutical Industry by Michael Gallagher (New York), Kevin Adam (Boston) and Ada Yue Wang (New York)
- Procedure category: Judicial Review & Burden of Proof in Unilateral Practice Cases: An Overview of EU and National Case Law by Nicholas Forwood (Brussels), Jérémie Jourdan (Brussels) and Cornelius Börner (Brussels)
The shortlisted Academic article by White & Case lawyers is:
- Private Enforcement category: The Digital Markets Act and Private Enforcement: Proposals for an Optimal System by Assimakis Komninos (Brussels)
Access to the Antitrust Writing Awards voting submissions is granted with permission from Concurrences.com.