Pallavi Guniganti,

editor

A qualified attorney, Pallavi has been editor of GCR for the past four years, managing teams of reporters in both London and Washington, DC.

At the heart of the competition community.

With news, rankings and data-backed analysis, Global Competition Review (GCR) provides unique global insight into competition law and regulation, allowing unparalleled access to enforcers and thought leaders through both our published and live content.

Launched in 1997, GCR prides itself on covering the most crucial developments in competition across the globe daily, via our dedicated team of in-house journalists based in London and Washington DC. We provide greater depth on enforcement and litigation in the world’s biggest antitrust market, the US, through targeted local content. Original in-depth reports, rankings, interviews and features on competition enforcement worldwide give shape and form to current affairs, helping readers understand the direction of travel and how it affects them.

Critically, we use data to identify these key developments and to analyse them for readers. We compile and delve through data on, for example, fines levied on companies, to identify trends and enable readers to predict outcomes in their own realities. From 2018, we will put this data in the hands of our readers through our innovative Enforcer Tracker tool, enabling them to understand a detailed history and potential conclusions for each matter they have before them.

We help readers identify key players in each jurisdiction, as well as compare and contrast the world's leading competition law and economics practices, through our signature survey the GCR 100. Competition agencies globally also undergo the same rigorous qualitative analysis, with leading agencies’ enforcement successes and failures compared annually in Rating Enforcement.

In addition to our in-house writers, GCR collaborates with leading lawyers globally, delivering expert-written specialist intelligence on over 100 jurisdictions worldwide.

GCR also fosters the debate through our series of GCR Live events, designed to be the interactive version of our high-quality published content: current, on-topic, and featuring the opinions of the leading players in today’s competition community. We give the stage to leading regulators, lawyers, academics, in-house counsel, economists and practitioners, creating a forum in which the debate can be opened, explored and challenged. 

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Key people

Clare Bolton

Publisher

Starting as a news reporter for Latin Lawyer in 2005, working from Brazil for several years, Clare is now publisher of Latin Lawyer, LACCA and GCR.

Ron Knox

Editor-at-large

Having previously been editor of GCR, Ron now works on data-driven editorial projects and new product development. Ron contributes to several other news outlets including NPR and Slate.

Key publication features

News & Analysis: Keep up to date with the most crucial developments across the globe.

Rankings: Know who’s who and where in the market.

Practitioner Insight: Hear from experts on the ground in over 100 jurisdictions.

Data & data-led analysis of how active and effective the major enforcement agencies are.

GCR USA: commentary on US litigation and enforcement developments.

GCR Live: Be part of the discussion from anywhere in the world.

“GCR is a wonderful resource for an academic and indeed for anyone who wants the latest word on the evolving antitrust landscape – whether by way of decisions, judgments, investigations, comment, interviews, policy debates, ratings, or platforms to spotlight people, agencies and ideas that are making their mark.”

Professor Eleanor Fox,

New York University School of Law

Professor Eleanor Fox,

New York University School of Law

“GCR is a wonderful resource for an academic and indeed for anyone who wants the latest word on the evolving antitrust landscape – whether by way of decisions, judgments, investigations, comment, interviews, policy debates, ratings, or platforms to spotlight people, agencies and ideas that are making their mark.”