The evolution of global antitrust: What can we expect in 2024?

Global Video March 2024 13:13

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Global antitrust and competition trends

What does 2024 have in store for investors and businesses?

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The 2020s have raised complex and unprecedented issues, due in part to the turbulent economic and political landscape around the world, which have influenced antitrust and competition law and policy.

In this video, which is part of our series of videos on antitrust and competition trends for 2024, Marta Giner Asins and Martyn Taylor discuss the evolution of antitrust. A key aspect is authorities pushing the boundaries in pursuing new theories of harm and using litigation in a more aggressive way to push the definitions of infringing conduct, including the continuation of the “hipster antitrust” movement and a number of investigations into “new generation cartels”. This has important implications for competition law compliance training.

The video also discusses broader developments on the horizon for 2024 and beyond, including the introduction of new digital regulatory regimes, the role of competition authorities in implementing government policy and how antitrust developments in the US and EU can drive developments elsewhere.