The Americas Antitrust Review 2020 edition of Global Competition Review Insight is one of a series of books that also covers the Asia- Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, delivering specialist intelligence and research designed to help readers—in-house counsel, government agencies and private practitioners—successfully navigate the world’s increasingly complex competition regimes.
Global Competition Review has worked exclusively with the region’s leading competition practitioners, and it is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also put it into context – that makes the report particularly valuable to anyone doing business in the Americas today.
This year, Andy Eklund, Mark Angland, and Emily Woolbank co-authored the “United States: Energy” section which advises how to best structure a joint venture to ensure its legitimacy under the antitrust laws and avoid mistakes that could lead to liability.
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"United States: Energy" is an extract from GCR’s Americas Antitrust Review 2020, first published in September 2019. The whole publication is available on the GCR website.
Emily Woolbank is a law clerk in New York and worked under the direct supervision of Andy Eklund.