COVID-19: Updates & Free Temporary Remote Access

As many of us are now working from home, Concurrences teams have implemented the following actions to help planning for authors, speakers, and event attendees and to make the transition as seamless as possible for subscribers and non-subscribers:


Click here for free access to e-Competitions Special Issue “Exploitative abuses, price gouging & COVID-19” foreword by George S. Cary, Maurits Dolmans, Bruce Hoffman, Thomas Graf, Leah Brannon, Richard Pepper, Henry Mostyn, Alexis R. B. Lazda, Savannah Haynes, Kristi Georgieva, Jan Przerwa (Cleary Gotlieb) with contributions by more than 230 authors. Updated every day by the Bulletin team with news from 60 countries/jurisdictions. If you would like to contribute, email the Deputy Editor


For Concurrences+ Subscribers, we are providing individual access codes to facilitate work from any location.

For Concurrences Basic Subscribers, we are providing a multi-user online temporary free access to the latest issues of the Review and Bulletin.

To receive your access codes, send a request from your business email address to


We are launching an exceptional offer for remote access to the entire database.

This offer is available in two versions:
- Until 30 September: 20% discount on the standard price
- Until 31 December: 25% discount on the standard price

To benefit from this offer and receive a quotation, send an email to


During this period, Concurrences has launched 2 webinars series, the "Quarantine Webinar Series", dedicated to DG COMP’s answers to the health and economic crisis, and the "NewAntitrust Webinar Series" aiming to discuss competition policy in the aftermath of the Covid-19.

Check the Past Conferences section for materials published after the past webinars (speakers’ presentations, synthesis, transcript, video, podcast).

Check the Upcoming Conferences section for the next webinars.


Annual conferences due to take place from March to September 2020 have either been transformed into a series of webinars or postponed later this year or early 2021. Check dates here: Upcoming Conferences.

We are still working on new dates for the following conferences:

- Antitrust in the Financial Sector: previously scheduled for Wednesday, 6 May 2020 | Fordham University
- Antitrust in Asia: previously scheduled for Friday, 22 May 2020 | ESSEC Singapore
- Enquêtes de concurrence: previously scheduled for Tuesday, 26 May 2020 | Paris, Mayer Brown

We will keep you informed of all changes regarding our events dates on this page and on our social media accounts. For any question, please feel free to reach out to, NYC Director and Head of US and Asia events or, Head of EU Events.


e-Competitions Bulletin News Issues will continue to be published every Thursday. The next e-Competitions Bulletin Special Issues are scheduled as follows:

- State aid & Covid-19, foreword by Maxime de l’Estang and Faustine Viala (Willkie Farr Brussels), 8 June 2020
- Cooperation & Covid-19 foreword by Paul Henty (Charles Russell), 15 June 2020
- e-Competitions Research Program: Dominance, foreword by Claire Jeffs & Nele Dhondt (Slaughter & May), 18 June 2020


Concurrences Review N°2-2020 is available online since May 15th. Print version is still maintained as usual.

Contributions available in open access:
- Foreword by Jorge Padilla and Nicolas Petit
- On-Topic set of articles dedicated to "Competition law and health crisis"

For any question related to the Review or the Bulletin, please feel free to reach out to, London Director and Head of Editorial.


All book projects in progress are continuing as per their usual timelines. We will continue to communicate on individual projects according to their respective schedules. Concurrences+ subscribers have access to the latest releases:

- Competition Case Law Digest 2020
- Richard Whish Liber Amicorum
- Women & Antitrust: Voices from the Field

Titles Coming Soon

- Mergers in Latin America

- Women & Antitrust: Voices from the Field - Vol II

- Albert Foer Liber Amicorum

- Douglas Ginsburg Liber Amicorum - Vol II

- Frédéric Jenny Liber Amicorum - Vol II

For any question related to Books, please feel free to reach out to, Head of Books.