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By Jörg Karenfort
The Monopolies Commission expressed the view that a certain potential for distortions of competition caused by common ownership cannot be excluded.
By Adrian Magnus, Rebecca Owen-Howes, Christopher Graf, Sophie Albrighton
The ECJ has just ruled that competition regulators have a "certain margin for manoeuvre" in deciding whether prices are excessive, and that there is no single adequate method for such an assessment.
By Emmanuelle van den Broucke
On May 18, 2017, the European Commission imposed a €110 million fine on Facebook for having provided inaccurate information when it acquired WhatsApp, both with regard to the notification...
By Adrian Miedema
"The Town employees, both junior and senior, were alarmed, but they were alarmed too easily", the Ontario Court of Appeal has stated, in deciding that a protester outside of a town council...
By Elizabeth Marshall
The 1% cap on public sector pay rises in England and Wales (which came into force in 2010) is to be lifted.
By Elizabeth Marshall
On 7 September 2017 the government published a factsheet on the impact of the Repeal Bill, which was recently passed by a majority of MPs, and the future status of workers' rights following the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
By Natalia Selyakova
The National Bank of Ukraine simplified requirements for raising loans from international financial institutions
By Natalia Selyakova
Продовжуючи заходи з лібералізації валютного регулювання, Національний банк Укр&
By Eric Foster, Kris Miks, Andreas Kloppenborg
Under the proposed framework, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), which currently controls all liquor sales in Ontario...
By Adrian Magnus, Rebecca Owen-Howes, Christopher Graf
The creation of a joint venture between two or more companies, using a company which was previously controlled solely by one parent, is not subject to EU merger control where the joint venture...
By Anjali Raval
The long running case of Barbulescu was back in the news last week. The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the Claimant's Article 8 right to privacy was breached when his employers investigated his private messages.
By Tracey Petter, Adam Pierce
At the contract formation stage, leaving key issues for future negotiation may mean you only have an agreement to agree rather than an enforceable commitment.
By Karina Furga-Dąbrowska, Cezary Przygodzki, Michał Bernat
The Polish government has just announced plans to replace the existing Special Economic Zones (SEZ) — scheduled to expire in 2026 — with a new system of permits providing a tax exemption...
By Elizabeth Marshall
As you may have seen, People Management recently published an article on some of the big developments in employment law in 2017, particularly Brexit and the Taylor review.
By Elizabeth Marshall
As many of you will have seen, the Home Office's draft Post-Brexit Immigration Policy was leaked this week, and has since become a topic of much interest.
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