In this episode, we wrap up our 3-part introduction on the EU’s proposed Digital Markets Act (DMA), with a critical look at defenses and differences with traditional antitrust, the potential to harmonise national rules for platform conduct, and possible consequences of the DMA as proposed. 

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Meet the hosts:

  • Kay Jebelli, Counsel to the Computer & Communications Industry Association – Twitter (@KayJebelli), LinkedIn, SSRN
  • Friso Bostoen, Academic at KU Leuven & Research Foundation Flanders – Twitter (@BostoenFriso), LinkedIn, SSRN
Kay Jebelli

Kay Jebelli advises on competition law and regulatory policy impacting the computer and communication technology industries.

His advice is based on over a decade of competition law experience, as external counsel, at the European Commission, in-house and in academia. He’s navigated and negotiated…

Kay Jebelli advises on competition law and regulatory policy impacting the computer and communication technology industries.

His advice is based on over a decade of competition law experience, as external counsel, at the European Commission, in-house and in academia. He’s navigated and negotiated interactions with public and private entities and enforcers, leading diverse teams of varying sizes to the resolution of critical and complex matters in technology, media, electronics, engineering and industrial sectors.

Kay has also advised on consumer protection, data protection and other regulatory and compliance matters, and has a history of teaching, training, organising, and creating and managing platforms and networks for effective communication and knowledge sharing. Before starting his career in law and advocacy, he worked as a computer engineer in Silicon Valley.

Kay has been quoted in Reuters, Bloomberg, AFP, Wall Street Journal, Axios, La Libre, MLex and PaRR, and published in Concurrences, Competition Policy International, Competition Law Insight, European Competition Law Review, International Trade Law and Regulation, and SSRN. He can be contacted via his website, www.evalusion.com