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Now just waiting for more entry signal to confirm. CBOE Bitcoin September futures expired yesterday and, as I warned, there was comparatively large volatility within an hour of the expiration. This appears to have been a terminal shakeout on the small TF accumulation we've The price has retraced back towards the long term rising channel support, which was broken earlier, and turned to a resistance now.
The recent shorter term pullback is taking the shape of an inverted head and shoulders bottom formation. Interestingly, the neckline of the formation coincided with the main broken channel in addition to the days simple moving We can see that this weekly trendline has held up nicely and we are getting a move off of it.
We have broken this red trend line and are now heading to this next resistance area at cents. There was a chance that we could form a bear flag, but that is out the window with Nikkei Nikkei Index. The team has been active in a significant number of abuse and cartel investigations over the past year, alongside related follow-on claims.
The team also advises clients who face potential damages actions arising out of the power cables and car glass cartel decisions, and defends Nestlé against claims arising out of the sugar cartel.
Stéphane Dionnet, who was promoted to counsel in May , assists several companies in numerous cartel investigations, many of which are leniency applicants. Elsewhere the firm has been active in the car battery recycling cartel investigation and in the hotel online booking probes. It is an unconventional arrangement, but Brussels competition practice head John Boyce says it works well, allowing the firms to benefit from one of the largest shared competition teams in town. The best-friend firms have impressive firepower, but Slaughter and May has the strongest antitrust reputation.
Boyce is aided by fellow partners Jordan Ellison and Anna Lyle-Smythe, with high-level assistance also provided by global competition head Philippe Chappatte in London. In total, four Slaughter and May partners are resident in the city. It marked the first time DG Comp cleared a remedy buyer despite finding competition concerns with the remedies package itself.
In addition to its strong reputation for merger control work, the firm maintains an active behavioural practice. The Brussels team advises a bank in the foreign exchange investigation, Platts in the oil price probe and Motorola on a DG Comp investigation into its standard-essential patent licensing practices.
Nonetheless, its competition practice — boosted by the arrival of counsel Andreas Reindl from Baker Botts in — is one of the largest in Brussels. Its client base is global. Counsel Michael Clancy and David Hull, who is especially strong in life sciences, act for Xellia and Zoetis in the Lundbeck pay-for-delay case, which the General Court decided in September Bellis and Kasten act for Viscas in its General Court appeal against the power cables decision.
Alexandra Rogers and Strati Sakellariou-Witt became local partners in early The practice maintains a healthy mix of merger and behavioural work — though the latter is perhaps where it truly shines. Partner Jacquelyn MacLennan has spent a good chunk of the last few years working for Toshiba on appeals in the cathode ray tube, gas insulated switchgear and transformers cases. Assimakis Komninos is a big name in Brussels, but also in Athens: The firm also represented Microsoft as it faced complaints from Russian antivirus software provider Kaspersky Lab that the US company illegally locked rival antivirus software from its Windows 10 operating system.
Pontus Lindfelt, a Brussels partner who spends some of his time in Stockholm, handles multiple projects for Nordic Capital, a Swedish private equity firm.
Indeed, clients often turn to the firm to help on unusual and complex advisory matters. Charlotte Simphal is now a counsel. Visa is a regular client. Partner Anahita Thoms, who joined in August , also has expertise in antitrust, compliance and trade litigation and investigations.
Carlin and Batchelor are especially strong in life sciences and pharmaceuticals; she has acted for the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations as an intervenor in the General Court Lundbeck and Servier challenges. Remaining partner Vincent Brophy now frequently works with London litigation partner Steven Baker and with Tom Bainbridge in Brussels, who was promoted to special counsel in December Brophy has been busy defending Mastercard in interchange fee litigation in the UK, alongside lawyers at Jones Day.
He also recently advised an investment bank on state aid aspects arising from a settlement; and he and Bainbridge have represented a financial services industry forum as it set up a compliance initiative. Recent highlights for this deal-heavy practice have included acting for GE in its acquisition of Baker Hughes, and for a client in a DG Comp investigation of an incorrect merger notification. Thomas Vinje advises FairSearch against Google. The firm has also counselled Samsung on monitoring compliance with commitments the technology company gave to the European Commission while seeking injunctive relief regarding standard-essential patents.
Other standout behavioural work includes defending Kone as the EU sues it and three other lift-manufacturers for follow-on damages. European competition head Johan Ysewyn, a former partner at Linklaters and Clifford Chance, specialises in cartels and state aid; Miranda Cole, who mainly focuses on mergers and dominance work, is strong in life sciences; Peter Camesasca has an excellent reputation in technology; and Kevin Coates, a former senior DG Comp cartels official, focuses on the electronics, technology, software and e-commerce sectors.
Sophie Bertin, the former head of the state aid unit at DG Comp, joined in as a consultant. She also represented Verizon in its tie-up with Yahoo!
Peter Alexiadis leads a team of four partners, while of counsel Takeshige Sugimoto joined from WilmerHale in The firm is renowned for its cartel work and has had roles in the power cables, auto parts, LCD and liner shipping investigations. The firm has hired aggressively and grown organically in Brussels in recent years.
The firm excels at putting together global teams to handle large deals. London partner Matthew Readings has increased the time he spends in Brussels, and now co-heads the Brussels practice. He is joined by Geert Goeteyn; Elvira Aliende Rodriguez, who was promoted to partner in ; James Webber, who splits his time between Brussels and London; counsel Paolisa Nebbia, who also works from Italy; and four associates.
Readings, Goeteyn and Aliende Rodriguez act for defendants in the DG Comp forex, Sovereigns, Supranationals and Agencies bonds, and precious metal cartel investigations. Anne Vallery became a special counsel in November Technology and intellectual property has become an increasingly large part of the practice, especially for Duvernoy. Duvernoy and colleagues in other offices have represented an auto parts supplier in a global investigation. New partner Dominic Long splits his time between the London and Brussels offices.
Michael Reynolds, former practice head and recent president of the International Bar Association, remains an of counsel.
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European competition head Johan Ysewyn, a former partner at Linklaters and Clifford Chance, specialises in cartels and state aid; Miranda Cole, who mainly focuses on mergers and dominance work, is strong in life sciences; Peter Camesasca has an excellent reputation in technology; and Kevin Coates, a former senior DG Comp cartels official, focuses on the electronics, technology, software and e-commerce sectors. You are currently accessing Global Competition Review via your firmwide account.