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Private Competition Enforcement in the EU: How Utilities are Affected by Recent Developments

Posted  07/15/15
CC Attorney Richard Pike
Utilities Law Review Vol. 20 Issue 4 and is reproduced by agreement with the Publishers. Click here to read the article.

March 9, 2015

Constantine Cannon partner Richard Pike was quoted in the PaRR article, Voluntary redress proposals hampered by poor incentives — UK lawyers.  Click here to read the article. (subscription required)

February 26, 2015

Constantine Cannon partner Pierre Valentin was quoted in The Times article, Cardsharps case shows Caravaggio’s lasting talent for trouble.  Click here to read the article.

CDC v Evonik Degussa (C-352/13) and its Potential Implications for Private Enforcement of European Competition Law

Posted  01/1/15
Global Competition Litigation Review (Volume 8, Issue 2, 2015)

November 5, 2014

Chambers UK has ranked Pierre Valentin in the top band for Art and Cultural Property Law in their 2015 Directory. He was hailed as '..."a leader in this area". He has a wealth of experience representing a range of clients in relation to domestic and international transactions and disputes.' The link to Pierre's profile can be found here. Chambers UK also ranked fellow London partner Richard Pike in the categories of Competition Law: Litigation, Telecommunications and Administrative & Public Law. He has been ranked in the same categories for a number of years in the UK Guide as well as in the Competition/European Law: Litigation category in Chambers Europe and Chambers Global. Richard's profile can be found here.

October 13, 2014

On October 9, 2014, Jeffrey I. Shinder, Managing Partner of Constantine Cannon's New York office, and Richard Pike, litigation partner at the firm's London office, hosted a workshop in London on the recent European Court of Justice's judgment dismissing MasterCard's final appeal against a 2007 antitrust infringement decision by the European Commission regarding interbank fees for cross-border payment card transactions. The seminar, which was enhanced by the participation of the European Commission, was organized in partnership with Concurrences Journal and CRA. A sister event took place in Brussels on October 13, 2014, in which James Ashe-Taylor, antitrust partner at Constantine Cannon London, participated alongside Jeffrey Shinder. Click here to view the webcast of the London workshop The MasterCard ECJ Judgment: What does it mean for the litigation and regulatory challenges facing payment cards?.

The MasterCard ECJ Judgment: What does it mean for the litigation and regulatory challenges facing payment cards?

Posted  10/9/14
CC Attorneys Jeffrey I. Shinder, Richard Pike
Webinar; London, England, and Brussels, Belgium (October 9, 2014).

The European Court of Justice dismisses the final appeal in a case regarding inter-bank card fees (MasterCard)

Posted  09/11/14
CC Attorney Irene Fraile
e-Competitions publishes article by Constantine Cannon associate Irene Fraile (September 11, 2014). Click here to read the article.

Antitrust Litigation: Bridging the Divide

Posted  07/16/14
CC Attorney Jeffrey I. Shinder
Presentation at the offices of Constantine Cannon, London, England (July 16, 2014).


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