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April 16, 2015
BRUSSELS, April 15, 2015 — “Data Protection in the Context of Competition Law Investigations: An Overview of the Challenges” won the Best Procedural Article at the annual Antitrust Writing Awards presented by the Institute of Competition Law and the George Washington University Law School. The article was co-authored by German special counsel Monika Kuschewsky, resident in Covington’s Brussels office and a member of Covington’s global privacy & data security practice, and was originally published as a research paper for Tilburg Law School. Her co-author was Damien Geradin.
The awards recognise the year’s best articles published in the antitrust law and economics fields. The winning pieces were selected by the 2015 Antitrust Writing Awards Board, whose members were Judge Douglas Ginsburg, Alexander Italianer, Frédéric Jenny, William Kovacic, Howard Shelanski, and Joshua Wright, and by readers of the journal Concurrences and the e-Competitions Bulletin, published by the Institute of Competition Law.
Ms. Kuschewsky commented: “The interface between data protection and competition law investigations has lived in the shadows for some time. This paper explores the limits that data protection law may impose on both competition authorities and on companies in connection with the investigative process.”
Ms. Kuschewsky advises, among other things, on the data protection related aspects of EU and third-country competition law and other investigations, enforcement actions and litigation.