Urska Petrovcic

Criterion Economics (Washington)
Director

Urška Petrovčič is a consultant at Criterion Economics, where she specializes in antitrust, intellectual property, and patent damages. Petrovčič completed her Ph.D. at the European University Institute, where she compared the approaches that the antitrust authorities in the United States and in the European Union adopted towards the use of standard essential patents. Petrovčič was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley (USA) and at the University of Oslo (Norway). She was also the inaugural scholar of the American Bar Association’s International in-Residence Program. She previously worked at the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and at the Directorate General for Competition at the European Commission. Petrovčič has published several articles on the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property in academic and business journals, and has presented on that topic at numerous international conferences.

Articles

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Urska Petrovcic The Slovenian Competition Authority finds that a professional medical association infringed competition law by fixing medical tariffs (Zdravniška zbornica Slovenije)

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In September 2012, the Slovenian Competition Authority (hereinafter: Competition authority) issued a decision finding that the Slovenian Medical Chamber (hereinafter: Medical Chamber) violated Article 6 of the Prevention of Restriction of Competition Act (hereinafter: PRCA), and Article 101 of (...)

Urska Petrovcic The EU Commission opens an investigation against south Korean producer of smart phones and tablet computers for abusive use of its essential patents for 3G mobile and wireless telecommunications system standard (Samsung)

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The European Commission opens an antitrust investigation against Samsung Electronic* On January 31, the European Commission announced the opening of a formal antitrust investigation against Samsung Electronic, the South Korean producer of smartphones and tablet computers. The case concerns the (...)

Urska Petrovcic The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by the main IT operator closing the investigation for abuse of dominance on the online collecting advertisement market (Google Italy)

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The Italian competition authority accepts Google’s commitments in the investigation concerning Google News in Italy* In January 2011, the Italian Competition Authority announced that it closed its investigation against Google Italy, for the alleged abuse of dominant position. The decision was (...)

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