Bloomberg Law: Big Tech to Spur Global Antitrust Rewrite in 2020

Access Partnership's Managing Director, Greg Francis, spoke to Bloomberg Law on antitrust trends in 2020: “The techlash is the rhetorical thing, it’s the easy bit. The dangerous and challenging part is the regulation that is getting drafted in response.” Read the full story here.

Access Partnership’s Managing Director, Greg Francis, spoke to Bloomberg Law on antitrust trends in 2020: “The techlash is the rhetorical thing, it’s the easy bit. The dangerous and challenging part is the regulation that is getting drafted in response.”

Read the full story here.

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