Five Hausfeld articles nominated by the Concurrences Antitrust Writing Awards 2022
We are very pleased to announce that five of the firm’s Bulletin articles have been shortlisted by Concurrences for the ’Antitrust Writing Awards 2022’ under ‘Best Business Articles’ in two different categories!
The Awards Editorial Committee reviewed over 630 Business articles submitted for nomination. The articles selected were originally published in Hausfeld’s Competition Bulletin. To be nominated for five is a testament to the unequivocal quality of the Bulletin - expertly edited by Irving Scher - and the excellent contributions of its authors on topics which are at the forefront of legal developments in antitrust.
Readers can vote online for their favorite articles till 25 March 2022. The most voted articles in each category will be announced at the Concurrences Awards Ceremony on Tuesday 5th April 2022. Each reader can only vote once per article and the votes are anonymous, with no personal information from the reader being stored on the website.
They are (in no particular order):
- Briseño v. Henderson: New considerations for class action settlements today by Christopher Lebsock and Kyle Bates. To read and vote for this article, visit here.
- Collective redress in Europe: Key trends and a look to the future by Lucy Rigby, Luke Grimes, and James Hilton. To read and vote for this article, visit here.
- Can a non-signatory compel arbitration? by Walter Kelley Jr. To read and vote for this article, visit here.
- Confusion continues in the antitrust evaluation of Most Favored Nations provisions by Irving Scher. To read and vote for this article, visit here.
- The French Competition Authority fines a Big Tech company €220 million for abuse of a dominant position through self-preferencing in the ad tech indictor by Thomas Höppner Hausfeld, Maximilian Volmar, and Philipp Westerhoff. To read and vote for this article, visit here.
We encourage everyone to vote and we wish everyone good luck!