Webinar

Self-preferencing: an EU and US perspective following the ECJ Google shopping ruling

Webinar organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Sidley Austin and Charles River Associates, with Brice Allibert (Deputy Head of Unit, European Commission DG COMP), Cristina Caffarra (Senior Consultant, CRA International), Timothy Muris (Foundation Professor of Law and Senior Counsel, George Mason University (Fairfax), Sidley Austin), Kristina Nordlander (Partner, Sidley Austin) and Monika Zdzieborska (Associate, Sidley Austin).

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Concurrences articles

1- General Court of the European Union, Google and Alphabet v Commission (Google Shopping), case T-612/17, 10 November 2021, Press release n°197/21

2- Frédéric Marty, Self-preference: The French Competition Authority validates a settlement procedure to put an end to self-referencing practices implemented by a dominant operator on the online display advertising market (Google / News Corp Inc / Figaro / Rossel), 7 June 2021, Concurrences N° 3-2021, Art. N° 101909, pp. 97-101

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