James H Carter is senior counsel in the New York office of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP where he is active as counsel and as an arbitrator. He is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School, attended Cambridge University as a Fulbright Scholar and served as law clerk to the Hon Robert P Anderson of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Mr Carter is chair of the board of directors of the New York International Arbitration Center and a former chair of the board of directors of the American Arbitration Association. From 2004 2006, he was president of the American Society of International Law. He is also a former chair of the American Bar Association Section of International Law and Practice, and served as chair of its committee on international commercial arbitration. Mr Carter has chaired both the international affairs council and the committee on international law of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, as well as the international law committee of the New York State Bar Association. He has served as a member of the London Court of International Arbitration and vice president of its North American council, and is a member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The International Arbitration Review - 9th Edition
In last year’s edition of The Dominance and Monopolies Review, we noted that abuse of dominance rules appeared to be entering a phase of more rapid development. For once, our predictions were not far off the mark. 2017 saw authorities reach decisions imposing record fines based on novel theories of harm applied to rapidly changing markets; overlapping parallel investigations have become the norm, rather than the exception; and ‘hipster antitrust’ – a call to replace the consumer welfare standard with a broader public interest test – has emerged as a serious challenge to contemporary economic orthodoxy. Carl Shapiro recently went so far to claim that ‘antitrust is sexy again’.
The sixth edition of The Dominance and Monopolies Review seeks to navigate these choppy waters. As with previous years, each chapter summarises the abuse of dominance rules in a jurisdiction, provides a review of the regime’s enforcement activity in the past year, and offers a prediction regarding future developments. From the thoughtful contributions of the specialist chapter authors, we identify four trends.
In this book:
- James H. Carter, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
The Impact of Corporate Taxation on Economic Losses
- James Nicholson, FTI Consulting
- Michelle Bradfield, Liz Tout and Lionel Nichols, Dentons London
- Jean-Christophe Honlet and Marie-Hélène Ludwig, Dentons Paris
- Colin Ong QC, Dr Colin Ong Legal Services
- England & Wales
- European Union
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- South Korea
- United Arab Emirates
- United States