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three largest antitrust settlements in US history.”
— Global Competition Review, 2012

October 13, 2014
On October 9, 2014, Jeffrey I. Shinder, Managing Partner of Constantine Cannon's New York office and Richard Pike, litigation partner at the firm's London office, hosted a workshop in London on the recent European Court of Justice's judgment dismissing MasterCard's final appeal against a 2007 antitrust infringement decision by the European Commission regarding interbank fees for cross-border payment card transactions. The seminar, which was enhanced by the participation of the European Commission, was organized in partnership with Concurrences Journal and CRA. A sister event took place in Brussels on October 13, 2014, in which James Ashe-Taylor, antitrust partner at Constantine Cannon London, participated alongside Jeffrey Shinder. Click here to view the webcast of the London workshop The MasterCard ECJ Judgment: What does it mean for the litigation and regulatory challenges facing payment cards?.

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