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In brief

In our latest episodes of Off the Shelf, our Global Consumer Goods and Retail (CG&R) Industry Podcast, we discuss the relationship between sustainability and competition law, as well as the importance and challenges of competitor collaboration to address common sustainability issues in the CG&R industry.


Episode 12: Sustainability and competition, to collaborate or not to collaborate?

In this episode, Alyssa Auberger, Global Chair of Baker McKenzie’s Consumer Goods and Retail (CG&R) Industry Group is joined by Grant Murray, an Antitrust and Competition expert based in our London office. They discuss what CG&R businesses are doing in collaboration with competitors in an effort to address common sustainability issues in the industry, as well as the importance of addressing competition law issues.

To listen to this episode, click here: Google Podcasts | iTunes | Spotify (17 minutes)

Episode 13: Sustainability and competition law, the inside story.

In this episode, Alyssa Auberger, Global Chair of Baker McKenzie’s Consumer Goods and Retail (CG&R) Industry Group is joined by Grant Murray, an Antitrust and Competition expert based in our London office. They discuss how competitor collaboration to address common sustainability challenges in the CG&R industry need not land companies on the wrong side of competition law.

To listen to this episode, click here: Google Podcasts | iTunes | Spotify (16 minutes)

Author

Grant Murray is the Senior Professional Support Lawyer for Baker & McKenzie’s Global Antitrust and Competition Group based in London. Grant has responsibility for the know-how and training needs of a practice group comprising over 300 competition lawyers spread across more than 40 countries. A central part of his role involves monitoring and updating the group on key developments and trends in EU and global competition law, focusing on the practical implications for clients and lawyers. Grant is a Non-Governmental Adviser to the ICN (appointed by the UK Competition and Markets Authority) and a regular contributor to the work of the OECD through the Competition Committee of the OECD’s Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC).