Best Newsletters: Rankings & Survey Report

The aim of these Antitrust Newsletters Rankings is to make it easier for practitioners to select the alerts and other law firms publications that are more relevant to their practice. Concurrences will conduct an online survey of +6,500 in-house counsels worldwide and 50 live interviews between November 2017 to January 2018.

The Global Ranking shown below is made of 10 sub-rankings: In-house counsel’s choice, Readership, Country coverage, Case coverage, Cartels, Mergers, IP & antitrust, Private enforcement, Asian antitrust, and Accessibility. The first two rankings (Counsel’s choice and Readership) come out from the above-mentioned survey. The other rankings are based on the publications freely available online in each firm’s website.

These Rankings will be accompanied by the 2018 Survey Report which provides inter alia 15 recommendations by in-house counsels.

Global ranking

The Global Ranking of the Antitrust professional publications is based on the 10 rankings below.

Ranking by Counsels’ Choice

This ranking is based on counsels’ choice of their favorite professional publication (based on a questionnaire sent to over 6,500 counsels).

Ranking by readership

This ranking is based on the number of counsels having acknowledged that they receive the surveyed publications (based on a questionnaire sent to over 6,500 counsels).

Ranking by country coverage

This ranking is based on the number of jurisdictions addressed in the 2017 publications of each firm.

Ranking by case coverage

This ranking is based on the number of cases covered in the 2017 publications of each firm.

Ranking by cartel coverage

This ranking is based on the number of articles concerning cartels in 2017 publications made available on the website of each firm.

Ranking by Mergers' Coverage

This ranking is based on the number of articles concerning mergers in 2017 publications made available on the website of each firm.

Ranking by IP & Antitrust

Ranking based on the number of cases concerning antitrust and IP published in the 2017 publications of each firm.

Ranking by Private Enforcement

Ranking based on the number of cases concerning private enforcement published in the 2017 publications of each firm.

Ranking by Asian Antitrust

Ranking based on the number of cases concerning antitrust in Asia published in the 2017 publications of each firm.

Ranking by accessibility

This ranking is based on objective criteria (pdf/html/print publications, access to archives…) and subjective criteria (design, search engine features…).