Leading competition professionals from around the world present reflections and forecasts on topical issues in antitrust and competition law and policy in this second volume of Women & Antitrust. Over a series of candid conversations, enforcers, in-house counsels, lawyers and academics take on questions about an extraordinary year, and discuss:
Nestled among the exchanges are insights into the professional paths of the women interviewed. Through personal anecdotes, they share perspectives on their chosen roles, if and how gender has informed their career choices, and offer advice to young practitioners interested in joining this field.
This volume has been published in cooperation with Women's Competition Network (WCN). Another volume was previously in cooperation with W@Competition.
With contributions by: Allen & Overy; Arnold & Porter; Baker Botts; Biontino Europe; California Department of Justice; Catholic University of Portugal; Columbia University; Competition & Markets Authority; Compass Lexecon; Cosmetics Europe; Covington & Burling; Charles River Associates; Cravath, Swaine & Moore; Cruz Vila a Advogados; Deutsche Telekom; Essilor; European Commission; European Parliament; Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co; Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer; Federal Trade Commission; German Competition Authority; Grinberg Cordovil Advogados; Hogan Lovells; Intel; Israel Competition Authority; Italian Competition Authority; Johnson & Johnson; Latham & Watkins; Levy & Salom o; Linklaters; Microsoft; Milbank; Morrison & Foerster; NERA Economic Consulting; Noerr; New York University; Pearson; Procter & Gamble; RBB Economics; Sidley Austin; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; Tencent; The University of Hong Kong; University of Haifa; University of Oxford; University Paris II Panth on-Assas; University Paris Nanterre; Ur a Men ndez; US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; Walmart.