Platforms and competition law: An overview of EU and national case law

The application of antitrust laws to internet platforms will be one of the key areas of development for antitrust law over the coming years. Capturing the heart of an issue as important – and multi-faceted – as this in the few short pages of a foreword is challenging in the extreme. The excellent articles in this special issue of e-Competitions make our task substantially easier and allow us to raise some of the other questions that merit consideration, safe in the knowledge that readers will be expertly led through the intricacies of the issues by the more-than-capable hands of the contributing authors. Spanning from 2012, with the beginning of the Booking.com saga, to the ECJ’s most recent judgment in the sector, Coty, [1] these articles astutely cover the seminal developments in the

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  • Allen & Overy (Brussels)
  • Allen & Overy (Brussels)

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Jürgen Schindler, Mark Taylor, Platforms and competition law: An overview of EU and national case law, 15 February 2018, e-Competitions Platforms, Art. N° 86226

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