Global Competition Review have announced the shortlist for the nominations for the GCR Awards 2013. The list features several cases in which members of Brick Court Chambers were involved:
European Commission CRT cartel fine, nominated for Enforcement Matter of the Year: Mark Hoskins QC and Sarah Abram are instructed for Panasonic Corporation and its subsidiary MTPD in their appeal to the General Court.
Court of Appeal of England & Wales in Ryanair Holdings plc v Office of Fair Trading, nominated for Enforcement Matter of the Year: James Flynn QC, Kelyn Bacon and Daniel Piccinin appeared for Aer Lingus, instructed by Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft.
DG Comp v Tomkins, nominated for Behavioural matter of the year - Europe: Kelyn Bacon appeared for Tomkins instructed by Kirkland & Ellis.
National Grid v Gas-insulated switchgear cartelists, nominated for Litigation of the Year: Mark Hoskins QC and Sarah Ford are acting for ABB instructed by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer; Marie Demetriou QC is acting for Siemens instructed by Clifford Chance; Kelyn Bacon is acting for Areva instructed by Shearman & Sterling; Maya Lester is acting for Alstom instructed by Hogan Lovells; and Daniel Jowell QC has acted for Alstom instructed by Hogan Lovells.
2Travel Group plc v Cardiff City Transport Services Limited (Cardiff Bus) before the CAT, nominated for Litigation of the Year: James Flynn QC and Colin West appeared for Cardiff Bus instructed by Burges Salmon.
The awards ceremony takes place in Washington DC on 9th April.
The full shortlist is here.