Awards & Recognition

2022 Antitrust Writing Awards Nominations

Two articles authored by Orrick attorneys have been selected as nominees for a 2022 Antitrust Writing Award from Concurrences, a publication of The Institute of Competition Law.

The winners of the award are chosen in part by popular vote. You can view the articles and cast your vote(s) here:

• “The EU Commission Publishes Guidance and Expands its Jurisdiction by Capturing Transactions Below the Jurisdictional Thresholds of National and EU Merger Control Regimes,” by Marie-Laure Combet, Douglas Lahnborg, Saira Henry, and Matthew Rose; originally published in e-Competitions.

• “Glory Days: Do the Anticompetitive Risks of Standards-Essential Patent Pools Outweigh their Procompetitive Benefits?” by Jay Jurata and Emily Luken; originally published in San Diego Law Review.

2021 Antitrust Writing Awards Nominations

An article authored by Orrick attorneys has been nominated for a 2021 Antitrust Writing Award as a “Best Business Article” in the intellectual property category. The Awards Jury will select one winning article per category and the piece is also eligible for the “Reader Award” distinction, which is decided by popular vote.

You can view the article and cast your vote here:

“SEP Licensing in Supply Chains: ECJ Gets Opportunity for a Major Trend-Setting Decision,” by Lars Mesenbrink, Julius Schradin, and Jay Jurata

Voting closes on June 28, 2021.