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By Richard Burton
A parent company can rebut this presumption by bringing forward sufficient evidence that its subsidiary acted autonomously on the market.
By Porter Elliott
These proposals are significant and seek to more closely scrutinise foreign investment deals that affect national security.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
Second, the Court considered that the selective distribution system was necessary in the light of the nature of the products.
By Porter Elliott
On 26 October 2017, the General Court annulled the European Commission's conditional merger clearance decision in Liberty Global/Ziggo.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
On 23 October 2017, the General Court of the European Union (the "Court") dismissed an action brought by Confédération européenne des associations d'horlogers-réparateurs ("CEAHR") against the European Commission ...
By Porter Elliott
On 26 October 2017, the General Court dismissed an appeal by Marine Harvest against a € 20 million fine imposed on it by the Commission for implementing its acquisition of sole control over Morpol ...
By Andrzej Kmiecik
This is a question that AG Wahl felt was closely linked to the first issue.
By Martin Favart
The BCA filed a further appeal against this latter judgment before the Belgian Supreme Court.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
The judgment is of particular importance since it appears to represent a reversal in the Supreme Court's jurisprudence.
By Vincent Jodard
The Law broadens the scope of application of the market abuse regime regarding persons, places and conduct, in line with the Market Abuse Directive and the Market Abuse Regulation.
By Koen T’Syen
The dispute at issue related to the reimbursement of commissions of a financial agent to her principal, a company operating in the insurance sector.
By Vincent Jodard
On 13 July 2017, the Chamber of Representatives of the federal Parliament adopted in plenary session the Bill introducing a new Book XX "Insolvency of undertakings" into the Code of Economic Law ...
By Tim Kasten
On 29 June 2017, the DCA published the non-confidential version of a decision of 22 May 2017 imposing a €40.95 million fine on Dutch rail operator Nederlandse Spoorwegen for abusing its dominant position ...
By Martin Favart
On 21 July 2017, the UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal ("CAT") dismissed an application for certification of the second ‘opt-out' collective proceedings to be brought in the UK.
By Catherine Longeval
A few months later, Malcon learnt that an amicable settlement had been reached by Iraq and BBT.
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