Baker McKenzie's Antitrust partners are frequently invited to speak on new developments and trends across the world. In Partnership with Concurrences, below are a selection of recent interviews featuring our partners from across Europe and Asia Pacific.
10 April 2018, Washington, DC
Concurrences’ Antitrust Writing Awards Ceremony
Stephen Crosswell is interviewed by Concurrences at their 2018 Writing Awards Ceremony on the latest competition trends and developments across Asia Pacific.
18 April 2017, Brussels
Concurrences’ Trade associations, lobbyists and competition law
Conference organized by Concurrences Review in partnership with Baker McKenzie, Avisa, Compass Lexecon.
Fiona Carlin - Trade associations, lobbyists and competition law - 18 April 2017 - Brussels from Concurrences on Vimeo.
Fiona speaks about compliance rules and risks around trade associations and lobbying.
7 April 2017, Hong Kong
Concurrences’ Antitrust in Asia: One size fits all? ASEAN, China, Hong Kong, India
This third edition of the Antitrust in Asia conference was held in Hong Kong on 7 April 2017, jointly organised by Concurrences Review and Chinese University of Hong Kong with the support of Hong Kong Competition Association, ESSEC Singapore and Sorbonne-Assas International Law School.
Stephen Crosswell from Concurrences on Vimeo.
Stephen speaks about competition issues around conglomerates. Are conglomerates more at risk for competition violations and should they be viewed differently to smaller companies by regulators?
28 March 2017, Washington, DC
Concurrences’ Antitrust Writing Awards
The 2017 Antitrust Writing Awards featured an Academic Steering Committee with 23 leading US and EU professors (NYU, Georgetown University, King’s College London, etc.) and a Business Steering Committee with 37 counsels (Microsoft, Bertelsmann, Qualcomm, Google, Intel, American Express, etc.).
Bill Batchelor (Baker McKenzie) from Concurrences on Vimeo.
Bill comments on the highly controversial Dow/Dupont case in which the European Commission used its new approach to deals in R&D intensive sectors – the “innovation harm” theory – for the first time, alleging that a reduction in R&D hubs could be anticompetitive even where there were no overlapping current or pipeline products. Bill comments on the implications of the new theory and contrasts the US more restrictive approach.
24 April 2015, Singapore
Concurrences’ ASEAN Antitrust: The Future of Competition Law and Policy in the ASEAN Countries
This inaugural conference was held in Singapore, on 23 April 2015, jointly organised by ESSEC Singapore and Sorbonne-Assas International Law School with the support of Concurrences Journal, and discussed the latest antitrust developments in the ASEAN countries.