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By Peter L'Ecluse
This counterclaim was withdrawn when the Spanish Competition Authority began an investigation into Schweppes's behaviour.
By Thibaut D'hulst
Unlike the President, the Court of Appeal found no trade mark violation on any of the grounds relied on by InBev.
By Thibaut D'hulst
As a result, the General Court upheld the invalidation of Red Bull's silver and blue trade marks.
By Koen T’Syen
On 7 December 2017, a Bill on the reform of business law was submitted to the Federal Chamber of Representatives.
By Koen T’Syen
The E-commerce Directive prohibits EU Member States from restricting the freedom to provide information society services from another EU Member State.
By Quentin Declève
The proceedings sought to recover specific costs incurred by the German authorities for the treatment of Ms Schlömp's mother.
By Thibaut D'hulst
On 12 December 2017, the Article 29 Working Party ("WP29") published draft guidelines (the "Guidelines") on consent under General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (the "GDPR").
By Tim Kasten
At the outset, AG Wahl made two interesting preliminary comments.
By Richard Burton
Non-compete clauses are commonly used in the context of the acquisition of a business to protect a purchaser's investment.
By Peter L'Ecluse
The ECJ now largely follows AG Mengozzi's views.
By Porter Elliott
On 27 November 2017, the General Court ("GC") dismissed appeals brought by HeidelbergCement and Schwenk Zement against the European Commission's ...
By Martin Favart
On 21 December 2017, the French Competition Authority ("FCA") applied for the first time Article L.464-2 V of the French Code of Commerce allowing for the imposition of fines in cases of procedural obstruction.
By Richard Burton
Under the EU commitment procedure set out in Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003, companies may offer commitments to address the competition concerns identified by the European Commission
By Richard Burton
The fines imposed by the Commission ranged from € 156,000 to € 12,724,000 depending on each individual infringement.
By Richard Burton
According to British Airways, by raising a plea of its own motion, the GC had grounds to go beyond the form of order set out in British Airways' application for annulment, in particular as it related to a ground...
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