Partners Karen Hoffman Lent and Kenneth Schwartz discuss the global nature of competition law enforcement. They highlight the need, as recognized by the international community of competition law scholars and regulators, for enforcement agencies to coordinate efforts jointly and thoughtfully. The authors look at the importance and challenges of enforcement in digital markets and the omission of African and Caribbean nations from the global antitrust enforcement discussion.
Global Competition Enforcement: Digital Markets and International Coordination
New York Law Journal