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Arbitrating competition law disputes: U.S. and European perspectives

After the US Department of Justice’s victory in its first-ever arbitration of an antitrust matter, Hogan Lovells partners Meghan Rissmiller, Thomas Kendra and Christian Ritz ask if arbitration represents the way forward in competition law. On 9 March, the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division announced its win in an arbitration over market definition related to the merger of aluminum manufacturers Novelis and Aleris. This case marks the first – but likely not last – time that arbitration has been used by the Antitrust Division to resolve a dispute. Given