Hogan Lovells’ global antitrust and competition team have partnered with Global Competition Review to create GCR’s recently published Private Litigation Guide.
The guide examines the leading issues of the day for antitrust and competition litigation, including answers to pressing questions focused on 13 different countries, allowing the reader to easily compare issues across various jurisdictions.
“Litigating antitrust or competition claims has become a global matter, requiring coordination across jurisdictions. Counsel and their clients increasingly need to understand litigation rules and procedures in a variety of countries and the differing ways courts may approach key issues,” said partners Nicholas Heaton and Benjamin Holt, who served as editors for the guide. “The landscape is continuing to evolve at a rapid pace.”
In addition to Heaton and Holt serving as editors for the guide, 10 Hogan Lovells lawyers and one law clerk authored country-specific chapters.
- England & Wales (Heaton and counsel Paul Chaplin)
- Germany (Partner Kim Lars Mehrbrey, counsel Lisa Hofmeister, and senior associate Sophia Jaeger)
- Mexico (Partner Omar Guerrero Rodriguez, associate Martin Michaus Fernández, and law clerk Ana Paula Zorilla)
- Netherlands (Partner Klaas Bisschop and senior associate Sanne Bouwers)
- United States (Holt)
With a team of 135 lawyers in 17 countries, alongside its focus on antitrust and competition litigation, Hogan Lovells’ antitrust team assists clients with multinational mergers and joint ventures; cartel, abuse of dominance, and restrictive practice cases; and other investigations. Our antitrust, competition, and economic regulation practice offers practical support and advice, as well as government agency insight, as our lawyers have worked at the European Commission, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and the UK competition authority.