CEG expert Dr Barbara Veronese joined panellists to discuss innovation, competition and big data at the premises of the Italian Attorney General

Dec 4, 2017

On November 29th the Italian  Attorney General hosted a discussion of the role of big data in regulatory enforcement, innovation, fairness, privacy and contract enforcement. The conference, organised by Intesa Sanpaolo bank, enabled discussion on a number of data related issues by government, academia, competition enforcers, regulators, practitioners and economists.

BT/EE successful in appeal of Ofcom’s Annual Licence Fees for spectrum

Nov 23, 2017

The UK Court of Appeal has accepted BT/EE’s appeal in relation to Ofcom’s increase in annual licence fees for the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz spectrum bands.

Seven CEG experts in the 2018 Competition and Antitrust "Expert Guides"

Nov 22, 2017

CEG experts continue to be recognized as leading competition economists

CEG co-authors new practical handbook on German actions for antitrust damages

Nov 8, 2017

Nils von Hinten Reed and Dr. Fred Wandschneider wrote on the economic proof of causation and the quantification of damages in cartel proceedings. Their contribution was published in the practical handbook “Kartellrechtliche Schadensersatzklagen“, released today.

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