New publication by Sébastien Broos and Axel Gautier: “The Exclusion of Competing One-Way Essential Complements: Implications for Net Neutrality”

Policy Brief 2016/3 : Make US Antitrust Great Again!

LLM Student Cecilia SBROLLI receives a “Runner-Up Nomination” for best pleader at the King’s College London Moot Court Competition

PhD Candidate Jorge MARCOS RAMOS presented an advancement of his PhD thesis: “The origins of dominance in EU competition law” in the context of CCP annual PhD workshop.

The Policy Brief is now available.

Nicolas PETIT on Rebates and the EU Commission’s duty to apply the Guidance Paper. The paper is now published.

In this Policy Brief, Lionel Artige discusses the divergent value of the different types of information that Facebook and Twitter control.

Here below is the decision of the Brussels Commercial Tribunal prohibiting the use of Uber in Brussels.

Presentation titled “Huaweï v ZTE – Judicial Conservatism at the Antitrust and IP Intersection”, given on 29 September 2015 at the United Nations specialised agency for information and communication technologies.

Lecture on the Unified Patent Court (UPC) and how it should handle antitrust/competition law.

Presentation (in French) in Paris on what the recent “Macron law” entails for the French competition agency.

An introduction to the LLM in EU Competition & IP law and the agenda will be delivered to the new students during a socializing breakfast on Wednesday 16 September 2015.

Jorge Marcos Ramos and Daniel Muheme just published a new article on The Brussels Court Jugement in Commission v Elevators manufacturers.

PaRR Review of the LCII Morning Briefing on Huawei v. ZTE, September 4, 2015 is now available.

In this Policy Brief, Wing Man Wynne Lam discusses whether, in the market for cloud computing or other markets for flexible resources, competition promotes efficient investment.

The Liege Competition and Innovation Institute (LCII) is offering a full-time doctoral scholarship in economics at the University of Liège (Belgium), starting in October 2015 to work in the field of Antitrust and Patents.

In this paper, Professors Axel GAUTIER and Nicolas PETIT use a formal model of law enforcement (Bebchuk, 1984; Shavell, 1988) to identify the optimal procedure to resolve cases in a context of uncertainty related to the law (L-uncertainty) and to the facts (F-uncertainty).

The LCII is proud to announce that students from the LLM in EU Competition & IP Law ranked 2nd Best AG and 3rd Best Team at the EU Law Moot Court.

In this Policy Brief, Sébastien Broos and Axel Gautier analyze the implications of net neutrality with regards to the exclusion of applications that compete with internet service providers’ own products.

In this new Policy Brief, Nicolas Petit discusses whether Uber is an unfair competitor or a champion of the sharing economy (in French).

In this new Article N. PETIT and D. AUER discuss how to turn Economic Theory into Competition Policy

In this second Policy Brief, Professors GAUTIER and PETIT discuss the efficiency of commitments décisions Under uncertainty.

The MLex report of the LCII “Antitrust v. IP 2.0″ Conference is now available.

Summer Slides

Nicolas PETIT gave a number of various presentations during summer 2014. These can be found here.

In the first LCII Policy Brief Nicolas PETIT discusses the application of the competition law rules to the Financial Fair Play Regulation (‘FFPR’) recently imposed by the UEFA on European football clubs.

Professors Axel GAUTIER and Nicolas PETIT take part to the CRESSE 9th International Conference on “Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation”. They discuss “Optimal enforcement of competition policy: The commitments procedure under uncertainty”.

Norman NEYRINCK will take part to a one-day event on “Procedural Rights in Competition Law” in Beijing. He will intervene on “Procedural Rights in Ex Post Competition Proceedings : A Proposed “Bill of Rights”.