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Our Curious Amalgam: The ABA’s Antitrust Podcast (and my take on the Apple Judgment)

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The American Bar Association’s Antitrust Law Section now has a weekly podcast program, called Our Curious Amalgam. I was the guest in an episode released yesterday where we discuss the General Court’s Apple Judgment. Coincidentally, the episode was released as I was participating in a hearing at the Grand Chamber of the CJEU where we also discussed fiscal State aid (fifth and hopefully final hearing in the Santander-World Duty free saga…). The podcast is available here.

We recorded this podcast over my summer holidays, and I made sure to listen to quite a few episodes before. It was a great use of time. Each podcast is about 20-25 minutes. They cover everything related to antitrust, consumer protection, data, and privacy and there are very insightful conversations freely available to anyone interested.

To catch new episodes that drop on each Monday, you can subscribe “Our Curious Amalgam” on Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.

Many thanks to Matthew Hall, Christina Ma and John Roberti for the invitation and the chat!

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

8 September 2020 at 9:04 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. It was great to have you on Alfonso; enjoyed the conversation and your insights. The Our Curious Amalgam podcast team is open to future topic and guest proposals . Just get in touch with me.

    Matthew Hall

    8 September 2020 at 10:27 am

  2. I always wondered what your voice would be like. Not disappointed :-). Great insights!

    MJ (Student)

    8 September 2020 at 11:26 am

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