Publicaciones

"The Rise of the New Network Industries: Regulating Digital Platforms" - New book of Juan José Montero

19 febrero 2021

Professor Juan José Montero, of Counsel at MLAB, has just published together with Professor Matthias Finger, a book about the new network industries. Cutting through the confusion around the nature and implications of digitalization, this book explores the rise of the new digital networks, how they affect traditional infrastructures, and how they will eventually need to be regulated. The authors examine how digitalization affects infrastructures in telecommunications, transport, and energy, and how digital platforms establish themselves as a new network on top of and in addition to traditional ones.

The book is now available for pre-order: https://www.amazon.es/Rise-New-Network-Industries-Regulating/dp/0367693054

Digital Platforms and Big Data: Challenges for Competition Law, Special Reference to Merger Control - Plataformas digitales y big data: retos para el derecho de la competencia, especial referencia al control de concentraciones - Rafael Allendesalazar

1 febrero 2021

Rafael Allendesalazar, MLAB managing partner, has contributed to the Anuario de la Competencia 2020 with the article «Digital Platforms and Big Data: Challenges for Competition Law; Special Reference to Merger Control (Plataformas digitales y big data: retos para el derecho de la competencia; especial referencia al control de concentraciones)». Anuario de la Competencia 2020, Thomson Reuters (Legal) Limited.

You can read the article at SSRNhttps://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3736935

GCR Private Litigation Guide

29 enero 2021

Helmut Brokelmann and Paloma Martinez-Lage Sobredo have contributed to the Private Litigation Guide – 2nd edition, which has been published free-to-view on the GCR website, with the article Causation and Remoteness: the EU Perspective. You can read the article at https://lnkd.in/e-4CcpD

FIFA vs Superliga en el terreno de la competencia

28 enero 2021

Artículo de opinión publicado en Expansión por Alfonso Rincón, socio de MLAB, sobre el reciente comunicado de la FIFA y las otras seis confederaciones de fútbol (AFC, CAF, Concacaf, Conmebol, OFC y UEFA), en el que se afirma que la Superliga europea que pretenden crear diversos equipos no sería reconocida ni por la FIFA ni por la confederación correspondiente.

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