Newsletters ranking

The Best Newsletters ranks law firms antitrust newsletters. 30 firm news letters or related professional publications are reviewed by the Business Steering Committee and the Editorial Committee.

> Click here to see the results of the 2014 Newsletters Awards & Rankings

AWARDS

They are around 120 antitrust antitrust newsletters and related professional publications published by law firms. Quality and interest of these publication vary but are going into the right direction due to increased competition between firms. The growing number of ranking of individual lawyers or firms practices has make it necessary for firms to show their expertise in a different way. However, client capacities to read or browse such publications is limited. They are too many of these publications - and too many the same - to have a fair view of what is worth reading or watching. Ranking such newsletters is meant to guide counsels on which publications they should read first, depending what they are looking for. They are 10 Newsletters Awards:

1. Best Antitrust Newsletter
2. Best Counsel Choice
3. Best Readership
4. Best Country coverage
5. Best Case coverage
6. Best Cartels coverage
7. Best IP & Antitrust
8. Best Private enforcement
9. Best Asian Antitrust
10. Best Accessibility

RANKINGS

The above awards are based on 10 individual rankings. Each Award is given to the firm’s publications reaching the higher rank in each of the following category:

1. Global Ranking: The Global Ranking is based on the 9 rankings below.
2. Counsel Choice: Ranking based on the newsletter preferred by counsels (based on a questionnaire send to 3,500 counsels)
3. Readership: Ranking based on number of counsels acknowledging receiving the surveyed publications (based on a questionnaire send to 3,500 counsels)
4. Country coverage: Ranking based on the number of jurisdictions addressed in the 2014 publications of each firm
5. Cases Coverage: Ranking based on the number of cases reported in the 2014 publications of each firm
6. Cartels: Ranking based on the number of cases concerning cartels published in the 2014 publications of each firm
7. IP & Antitrust: Ranking based on the number of cases concerning antitrust and intellectual property published in the 2014 publications of each firm
8. Private enforcement: Ranking based on the number of cases concerning private enforcement published in the 2014 publications of each firm
9. Asian Antitrust: Ranking based on the number of cases concerning antitrust in Asia published in the 2014 publications of each firm
10. Accessibility: Ranking based on objective criteria (pdf/html/print publications, access to archives…) and subjective criteria (search engine features…) of the website of each firm