Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

New Year Resolutions

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Dear readers,

Best wishes for a  happy and prosperous 2011. Our holidays away from blogging have extended a little more than what we´d initially announced. Sorry about that. The good news is: we´ve received plently of emails in which readers were wondering when we would open the shop again. Thanks so much for the interest!

Alfonso and I have agreed on a range of resolutions for 2011:

  • Expand our readership and foster the interaction amongst readers. The fact that we are no longer boycotted by CPI’s Blog o’ Blogs (last week they recommended one post of ours for the first time) may help.
  • Boost our Chillin’Leaks section
  • Publish two substantive posts a week. Hopefully the Court and the Commission will give us timely “food for thought” (and draft concise, yet comprehensive opinions)
  • Publish a monthly review of State Aid issues that antitrust lawyers should be aware of
  • Organize more surveys
  • Start doing some interviews (suggestions on names would be very welcome)
  • Open Chillin’Competition to guest bloggers (as we did a few weeks ago with Pablo Ibanez)
  • Ensure a timely and original coverage of the various Google investigations
  • Keep our head cold and try to take things not too seriously
  • Have our friends in China, Latin America and Russia inform us on what´s hot in their jurisdictions

The bottom line: This blog is yours. Please do not hesitate to send us suggestions and comments on what you would like to read here.

Now let’s chill competition again in 2011.

Written by Nicolas Petit

13 January 2011 at 10:02 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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