Published by the European Competition Law Review, Eleanor Clutterbuck discusses the growing concerns surrounding perceived unfairness across UK markets, and explores the trade-offs that exist between the pursuit of fairness and competition.
James Harvey, one of our Directors, discusses the implications of the Coty judgment for online selective distribution and platform bans from an economics perspective in Wile E. Coty, published by Concurrences.
In November 2016, the Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) heard the first competition law litigation case to be brought under the new Fast Track Procedure (FTP), as introduced under the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
James Harvey, a Director of Economic Insight, provides an overview on key competition economics issues in the UK in an article for the Global Competition Review (GCR).
James Harvey discusses four practical competition litigation issues to keep an eye on in 2018 in an article for the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Competition Litigation 2018.
A review of competition investigations in the energy sector in order to draw out the implications for the likely development of retail markets in water for household customers.
In the first of our latest batch of Insights we argue that the CMA should not pursue energy price caps at this time.
James Harvey discusses how regulatory safeguards designed to protect consumers while competition is introduced could have the opposite effect.
Competition authorities are increasingly using experimental economics to help identify market problems we highlight some of the key issues in their use.
We develop a methodology for assessing bids for the proposed Gas to the West Pipeline for The Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation.