Four articles authored (or co-authored) by Orrick attorneys have been nominated for a 2018 Antitrust Writing Award from Concurrences, published by The Institute of Competition Law. Concurrences picks its Antitrust Writing Award winners in part by popular vote. You can view the articles and cast your vote(s) here:
- “Is big data a big deal? A competition law approach to big data” by Greg Sivinski, Alex Okuliar and Lars Kjolbye;
- “Pricing Algorithms: Conscious Parallelism or Conscious Commitment” by Alex Okuliar and Elena Kamenir;
- “The UK High Court of Justice issues an injunction prohibiting an undertaking from selling wireless telecommunications products in Britain due to its failure to enter into a worldwide patent license” by Matthew Rose, Emily Luken and Jay Jurata; and
- “Putting China’s Fair Competition Review System Into Action” by Shelley Zhang and David Goldstein.
Voting closes on February 9, 2018.