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Liza Lovdahl Gormsen

Biography Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen joined BIICL on 1 September 2014 as a Senior Research Fellow and the director of the Competition Law Forum. Her role at BIICL is to lead the Competition Law Forum, host events for its members and get the Forum involved in national and international competition policy debates and be engaged in competition law research. Liza is a Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network, appointed by the UK Competition and Markets Authority. She is a…

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Is antitrust still fit for purpose in a digital age?

EVENTS Is antitrust still fit for purpose in a digital age? Event - Tags Share Links Event - Timings and Location Sponsored by Event Details The digital space is top of mind for antitrust authorities globally and one central question is whether existing antitrust law and enforcement practice remains fit for purpose. The roundtable…

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State Aid and Tax – Two ECJ landmark rulings

EVENTS State Aid and Tax - Two landmark rulings from the General Court Event - Tags Share Links Event - Timings and Location      Event Details On September 24 the General Court announced the decisions on the appeals brought by the Netherlands and Luxembourg governments regarding the Commission's decisions on Starbucks and Fiat. The…

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CLF Lunch seminar on digital platforms and other pressing antitrust issues

Time: 12:00-13:30 (registration from 11:30) Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP On the antitrust field, platform power continues to be in the spotlight. The Bundeskartellamt's decision against Facebook and the European Commission's interventions against Google brings some interesting views on how to deal with cases within the digital space. How will political change in Europe - if any - affect trans-Atlantic views…

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European State Aid and Tax Rulings

European State Aid and Tax Rulings This book investigates whether the European Commission (EC) has the mandate to legislate on direct taxation in sovereign states and ultimately questions whether the EC's enforcement action in recent tax ruling cases, in the area of state aid, respects the rule of law. Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Facebook’s Anticompetitive Lean in Strategies

Abstract Facebook is under fire on several fronts and with good reason. Regulators strive to make sense of and address a plethora of seemingly unrelated issues that arise from the operation of its platform. These range from antitrust, privacy violations, dissemination of harmful content and speech, deception and polarisation to political manipulation. This paper identifies Facebook's unrestricted and excessive data collection as a unifying theme that requires immediate antitrust action.…

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16th Annual BIICL International Mergers and Antitrust Conference

Time: 14:00-18:10 (Registration 13:30) Followed by a drinks reception Venue: Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5ED The digital economy continues to deliver huge opportunities for business and consumers, but challenges for authorities charged with promoting competitive markets and protecting consumers. Our panel of experts will discuss the implications of recent influential reports for all stakeholders active on digital markets and companies looking to digitise their businesses.…

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CLF lunchtime seminar: The importance of economic effects

Time: 12.30-14.00 (Registration and a sandwich lunch from 12 noon) Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP Roger P. Alford and Jeffrey M. Wilder will be discussing the importance of economic effects in antitrust. Christian Ahlborn, Partner at Linklaters, will provide comments to their presentation. Speakers Roger P. Alford, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice…

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BCLP & BIICL Conference - Competition in Financial Services

Time: 15.00-18.00 (Registration from 14.30) Event followed by a drinks reception Venue: The Auditorium, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, London Bridge, London EC4R 9HA This conference will see a diverse range of panellists from industry, private practice, economists and regulators, discuss the key competition issues affecting the financial services sector in 2019, including: Topic I - Antitrust enforcement against individuals Topic II - Retail markets - vulnerability and switching…

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Administrative Reform of the Competition and Markets Authority following Brexit

Administrative Reform of the Competition and Markets Authority following BrexitIntroductionAmong the multi-dimensional changes Brexit will trigger, an administrative reform is inevitable. The scope of timing of this reform, justifies the prediction that the changes to the largest branch of the UK government will be wide-ranging and fast-paced. Despite that, the debate on administrative challenges in the UK post-Brexit has been largely neglected. Although the Department for Business, Energy…

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UK Government Digital Competition Expert Panel Public responses to call for evidence from individuals

UK Government Digital Competition Expert Panel - Public responses to call for evidence from individuals Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen responding to the following questions 1. What are the emerging benefits and harms from digital markets such as social media, e-commerce, search, and online advertising tending towards only one or a small number of big firms? 2. What are the emerging benefits and harms of the same small number of digital firms becoming present across a broad range of digital markets?…

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Stumbling Towards the UK’s New Administrative Settlement: A Study of Competition Law Enforcement After Brexit

Stumbling Towards the UK's New Administrative Settlement: A Study of Competition Law Enforcement After Brexit While there has been much talk of the role of parliaments and courts in the Brexit process, far less—indeed very little—has been said about the challenges facing the largest part of the UK government: the administrative branch. Whatever results from the UK's negotiations with the EU, Brexit will likely necessitate wide-ranging and fast-paced administrative reform in the UK.…

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Submission to Brexit: competition and State aid

Brexit: competition and State aid A review by the UK government published February 2018 and incuding a submission by BIICL  Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Options to refine the UK competition regime

A response to the Department for Business, Energy, Innovation & Industrial Strategy's consultation on 'Options to refine the UK competition regime, 7 July 2017 Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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State Aid and Direct Taxation and the Big Eruption between the US and the EU’

State Aid and Direct Taxation and the Big Eruption Between the U.S. and the EU. Published by Liza Lovdahl Gormsen in The Antitrust Bulletin May 2017  This article critically assesses the division that the recent decisions of the European Commission in the field of State aid have exposed between the EU and the U.S. It examines how the two legal orders address the issue of government subsidies and explores the reasons for their different approach. It argues that State aid law has become…

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Legitimate Expectation of Consistent Interpretation of EU State Aid Law

Legitimate Expectation of Consistent Interpretation of EU State Aid Law: Recovery in State Aid Cases Involving Advanced Pricing Agreements on Tax By  Liza Lovdahl Gormsen Clement Mifsud-Bonnici  Journal of European Competition Law and Practice Vol 8(7) 423-436 Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Exception to the duty to refer in markets of insufficient importance

BIICL Competition law forum submission to the CMA public consultation ' Mergers: Exception to the duty to refer in markets of insufficient importance' February 2017 Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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EU State Aid Law and Transfer Pricing: A Critical Introduction to a New Saga

EU State Aid Law and Transfer Pricing: A Critical Introduction to a New SagaThe Court of Justice of the European Union ('CJEU') has made it clear from the early stages of its jurisprudence that State Aid rules are applicable to taxation measures. Thus, the fiscal nature of a measure does not in itself preclude the Commission's scrutiny under Article 107(1) TFEU et seq. A number of cases have contributed to the development of the concept of fiscal aid, and the Commission has tried to provide…

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