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Fabian Rinnen publishes article on prima facie evidence and the estimation of overcharge following BritNed vs ABB

Jun 14, 2019

The BritNed v ABB judgment provides insights into how courts evaluate the empirical quantification of cartel damages, with implications also for other jurisdictions. Although BritNed was awarded damages, the econometric analysis of her expert was rejected on the grounds that the statistical test was inappropriate. The test supposedly assumes prima facie evidence of a cartel-related overcharge.


Fabian Rinnen, from CEG‘s Düsseldorf Office, has been recognised by Who's Who Legal

Jun 3, 2019

Fabian Rinnen has been recognised by Who's Who Legal in their non partners section as a future leader in competition economics.


Dr Barbara Veronese takes part in a panel on merger control at the European Competition Lawyers Conference

May 27, 2019

Dr Barbara Veronese takes part in a panel discussion on merger control at the European Competition Lawyers Conference held in Prague.


Dr Barbara Veronese takes part in a panel on information exchange at the Italian Antitrust Association biannual Conference

May 27, 2019

Dr Barbara Veronese takes part in a panel on the topic of information exchange at the Italian Antitrust Association biannual Conference in Florence for an audience of about 200 practitioners, in house lawyers and enforcers.


The Italian Court of Appeal has annulled the ICA decision that banned exclusivity clauses for radio taxis

May 9, 2019

The Italian Court of Appeal has annulled in full the ICA decision that banned exclusivity clauses for radio taxis.  Dr Barbara Veronese provided economic expert advice to two radio-taxis in Milan and one in Rome during the ICA proceedings, cooperating with the outside counsel team of Pavia Ansaldo led by Filippo Fioretti. She also assisted with economic input the legal team in the appeals submitted for the Milan cooperatives.


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