Academic Articles

The Academic Articles Awards reward the best articles published in academic publications in 2020.
These Awards aim at promoting antitrust scholarship. Submitted articles are reviewed for nominations by the Editorial Committee. The Academic Steering Committee, Board, and readers then vote for their 11 favorites (10 regular categories, and 1 readers’ choice).
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McDermott Will & Emery (Paris)
McDermott Will & Emery (Brussels)
Common ownership under the EUMR – Sailing a bit too close to the wind Read & vote for this article

Business Articles

The Business Articles Awards reward the best articles published in professional publications in 2020.
These Awards aim at promoting practical antitrust skills. Submitted articles are reviewed for nominations by the Editorial Committee. The Business Steering Committee, Board, and readers then vote for their 11 favorites (10 regular categories, and 1 readers’ choice).
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A good influence? Investor liability for antitrust infringements by companies in which they invest Read & vote for this article

Soft Law

The Best Soft Law is a selection of the most innovative non-enforcement tools such as guidelines, market studies and white papers published in 2020 by competition authorities.
This category aims to contribute to developing antitrust culture and awareness alongside the ICN work. The Awards Editorial Committee announces nominated Soft Laws. The Academic and Business Steering Committees, and the readers then elect their favorite soft law.
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Digital markets and their implications Read & vote for this article

Student Articles

The Student Articles Awards reward the best student papers published in 2020.
This category, launched at the 2019 Antitrust Writing Awards, aims to reward student papers that stand out by their originality or relevance to current antitrust issues.
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University of San Diego
A La Recherche du Droits Perdus: Deconstructing and Defibrillating Antitrust and Privacy Laws Read & vote for this article