Oliver Latham

CRA International (London)

Oliver Latham is a principal in Charles River Associates’ European Competition Practice. His work has covered mergers ; alleged anticompetitive agreements (including investigations into territorial licensing in Pay-TV and alleged resale price maintenance agreements involving UK department stores) ; damages litigation (including ALSTOM/National Grid and ongoing litigation relating to payment card interchange fees) ; and abuse of dominance (primarily in the technology sector). In particular, he specializes in the application of econometric techniques to competition issues. Prior to joining CRA, he completed a PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge, where he was also a teaching fellow in the Faculty of Economics and a consultant at the Centre for Policy Studies. His academic work has been published in the Economic Journal.

Auteurs associés

Court of Appeal Arnhem-Leeuwarden
White & Case (London)
UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (London)
McDermott Will & Emery (Paris)
McDermott Will & Emery (Washington)
European Commission (Luxembourg)
DoorInsider (Paris)
CRA International (London)


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Oliver Latham 27 juin 2018 Brussels
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Oliver Latham 22 janvier 2018 London


493 Bulletin

Oliver Latham, Simon Chisholm, Samuel Lynch The UK Competition Authority clears the takeover of a mobile payments company after conducting an in-depth Phase 2 probe (PayPal / iZettle)


Acquisitions of Potential Rivals in Digital/Tech : Valuation Analysis as Key Economic Tool - PayPal/iZettle Antitrust authorities everywhere are increasingly concerned with so-called “killer acquisitions” – cases where an established incumbent buys up a small rival which might have the potential (...)

Cristina Caffarra, Jenny Haydock, Matthew Bennett, Oliver Latham The UK Office of Fair Trading takes the view that bilateral communications of retail prices between manufacturer and retailers are problematic (Sports Bras)


When do retail price communications between retailers and manufacturers become RPM ?* Introduction Commercial negotiations between manufacturers and retailers necessarily involve a discussion of wholesale prices, but they may also involve a discussion of potential retail prices, including (...)

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