Independently on whether you are interested in the policy discussion, official publications or on the academic literature, CompetitionFeed provides every Monday morning an excellent update in a perfect compact format. It has become one of the most useful instruments to get an overview of what is going on in the
I have found competition feed a great resource to keep abreast of developments in competition policy. A great accompaniment to one’s Monday morning coffee and (hopefully one day again soon) commute.Oliver Latham is a Vice President in Charles River Associates' European Competition Practice.
I find CompetitionFeed invaluable: it is a very effective start to my competition law week! I particularly like the fact that it aggregates judgments, decisions, policy developments and critical commentary from numerous jurisdictions and a variety of sources. Richard Whish, Emeritus Professor of Law, King's College London
CompetitionFeed is a very useful curated weekly round-up of breaking news, official publications and informed comment and is in an easy to read format.Lisa Bunker, Senior Antitrust Knowledge and Information Officer, Clifford Chance LLP
Competition Feed is one of the first things I turn to on a Monday morning. It’s a great source of insight into the latest developments and emerging thinking in the antitrust world.Stuart Hudson is a Senior Director for Strategy, Communications, Nations and Regions at the CMA
I am happy to say that I find it indeed a valuable instrument. For someone working on competition issues, it is important to know what is happening in courts and agencies, but also be aware of the current debates among scholars and practitioners, and CompetitionFeed does well on both scores.
The Competition Feed newsletter gives every week a great window into the world of competition and covers policy and academic news in a superb and easy-to-read format. I read it every Monday morning with great interest and it is absolutely one of the most useful sources to stay 100% up