Damien recently held a presentation on the “transactionalization of EU Competition law”, i.e. the abundant use of commitments and settlement decisions by the Commission, at the Chillin’Competition conference in Brussels. The presentation builds on a paper Damien and Evi recently published on this topic, discussing the decisional practice of the Commission and the consequences of the lack of appeal.
For further details, please click on this link: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3040306
Tilburg Law & Economics Center (TILEC); University College London – Faculty of Laws
Date Written: March 13, 2017
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There is something strange happening in the legal market. A new breed of law firm is emerging – not the traditional geared partnership structure but a small agile animal that is highly specialised in its feeding habits: the boutique law firm. Unlike the traditional full service model, boutique firms are typically highly specialised, run by senior lawyers and characterised by low gearing.
This article was contributed by Euclid Law founding partner Oliver Bretz and Edge Legal founding partner Damien Geradin. The two boutique firms merged in February 2017 under the banner Euclid Law
You can read the full “The Lawyer” article here.