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By Andrzej Kmiecik
In October 2018, the German Federal Cartel Office ("FCO") published its fourth paper in the series "Competition and Consumer Protection in the Digital Economy".
By Martin Favart
On 7 November 2018, the Spanish Competition authority ("CNMC") published a set of provisional guidelines on the calculation of fines for infringements of competition law.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
The Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Regulation ("VABER") will expire on 31 May 2022. As a result, the European Commission has formally commenced its evaluation of the VABER in order to inform
By Thibaut D'hulst
Hence, the ECJ found that the German law infringed both the InfoSoc Directive and the Enforcement Directive.
By Quentin Declève
In 2010, NATO terminated the service agreement and Mr. P then brought an action for damages before the Belgian courts.
By Martin Favart
The decision by the BCA is the latest development in a legal saga surrounding the Belgian equestrian sector.
By Thibaut D'hulst
Hence, the Patent Court of Appeal concluded that the storage of goods in warehouses does not constitute an attempt or preparation of a trade mark or copyright infringement.
By Koen T’Syen
However, the Recommendations only apply when two conditions are satisfied. First, the online influencer must receive compensation and, second...
By Catherine Longeval
Under that regime, the notice period to be observed by the employer must be determined in accordance with a two-step-calculation.
By Richard Burton
On 18 October 2018, the General Court upheld an appeal lodged by the GEA group against the European Commission's readopted decision in the heat stabilisers cartel case and annulled the Commission's decision ...
By Martin Favart
On 24 October 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued a judgment concerning the interpretation of Article 23 of Council Regulation No. 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement ...
By Eléonore Waterkeyn
On 23 October 2018, the English Court of Appeal issued a judgment in a licence dispute involving Standard Essential Patents pitting Unwired Planet, a US-based patent assertion entity, against Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications company.
By Martin Favart
The EFTA Court found that the principle of equivalence dictates that national procedural law must remain neutral in relation to the origin of the rights invoked.
By Richard Burton
Court of Justice partly upholds Infineon appeal against General Court judgment in Smart card chip cartel case, but dismisses Philips appeal.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
The individual pleas raised in the appeal are considered in more detail below.
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