Robin is a Partner at Oxera with more than 18 years’ experience: he specialises in digital issues, competition economics and quantifying damages. He advises governments, regulators and businesses on high-profile issues, and is recognised as a leader in his field. He leads Oxera’s work in the digital arena: Robin has advised high-profile clients such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft. Issues he has examined in this area include valuing data, policy and regulatory issues in the EU and UK, cryptocurrencies and algorithms. Robin advises on competition economics issues. He has provided training to judges and lawyers from various EU member states in this area, and is listed in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists. He has a wide range of experience in competition-related disputes, mergers, and abuse of dominance investigations, working on cases in the UK, Ireland, the USA, the Netherlands and Germany. Robin has published in peer-reviewed journals such as Global Competition Litigation Review and the Competition Law Journal, and has acted as a reviewer for articles in the Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement.
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1 Introduction Damages actions under competition law have become a mainstream in many EU Member States. Competition practices in law firms and economics consultancies trumpet their expertise in damages alongside mergers, cartels and abuse of dominance. National judges are increasingly aware of (...)
This mini-symposium takes stock of practical advances in competition damage evaluation. Combining perspectives from competition authorities, academics and practitioners respectively, it shows the existence of common principles and a set of widely accepted methods to calculate damages that may (...)