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Data is the new currency driving economic benefit for the mobility sector. Though at a fundamental level data monetization means selling rights in data to a third party, it can do much more in enabling the creation of new services and revenue streams. In striving to grow market share, working with outside partners and competitors (e.g., via data pooling or licensing agreements) can expose a company to antitrust and merger control risks. Also, the decision to grant or refuse data access has to balance the rules of tightening antitrust regimes and data privacy and cybersecurity concerns.

Globally, antitrust and regulatory regimes on data in the mobility sector are developing, but still inconsistently. This webcast provides legal guidance from North America, China and Europe on how companies can mitigate antitrust risks when developing a profitable new data monetization strategy.

Speakers: Nicolas KredelTeisha JohnsonJan Kresken, Laura Liu

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Teisha Johnson is a member of Baker McKenzie's antitrust practice in Washington, DC. She advises clients on a wide range of antitrust and e-discovery matters, and has considerable experience counseling clients in government investigations, proposed mergers and acquisitions, compliance, and litigation matters.


Dr. Nicolas Kredel, LL.M is a partner in Baker Mckenzie's Dusseldorf office in Germany. His practice focus on clients in EU and German competition law matters, including domestic and international cartel investigations, merger control proceedings and abuse of dominance cases. He routinely leads global projects for antitrust risk prevention (compliance systems), international investigations and transactions. He also provides competition law advice on cooperation agreements with competitors, as well as supply agreements and distribution systems.


Laura Liu is a partner with Fenxun Partners. Her practice focuses on China antitrust legal issues, including merger control filing, antitrust compliance, antitrust investigations and antitrust litigation. Ms. Liu has extensive experience in merger filings, having assisted numerous clients with antitrust filings before the China competition authority, including some of the most significant merger clearance cases to date. Ms. Liu also has very extensive experience advising clients on deal structure and filing strategy to achieve commercial outcomes while avoiding gun-jumping risks. Laura's practice focus on antitrust and competition (advisory and litigation).


Jan Kresken ist Counsel bei Baker & McKenzie Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten und Steuerberatern mbB

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