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Belgian Competition Authority Closes Investigation Into International Horse-Jumping Governance Body
The BCA decision is the latest development in a long-running legal saga in the equestrian sector.
Belgium
15 Apr 2019
2
Cartels: Significant Developments In November 2016
In this section, we give a factual overview of a significant case development at EU level, and then provide a more detailed analysis of the important substantive and procedural developments addressed in this case.
European Union
20 Dec 2016
3
Changes In Polish Competition Law
On 18 January 2015, a major reform of Polish competition law entered into force.
Poland
5 Feb 2015
4
General Court Clarifies The Conditions Of Genuine Use Of Trade Mark
On 5 June 2014, the General Court of the European Union handed down a judgment in joined cases T-495/12 to T-497/12.
European Union
1 Aug 2014
5
ECJ: Internet Browsing Does Not Amount To Copyright Infringement
On 5 June 2014, the ECJ held that browsing websites without first obtaining the authorisation from the copyright holder does not infringe copyright.
European Union
1 Aug 2014
6
Commission Adopts De Minimis Notice For Minor Agreements
The European Commission issued its revised rules for assessing whether minor agreements between undertakings are caught by EU competition rules.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
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ECJ Dismisses Appeal In Italian Raw Tobacco Cartel Case
On 12 June 2014, the ECJ handed down a judgment dismissing in its entirety an appeal brought by Deltafina against an earlier ruling by the General Court.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
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ECJ Holds That Companies Involved In Price-Fixing Can Be Held Liable For Damage Incurred Outside A Cartel
The ECJ handed its judgment in Kone AG and Others V ÷BB-Infrastruktur AG, finding that participants in a cartel may be held liable for damage caused outside the cartel.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
9
ECJ Upholds GC Ruling In Plastic Industrial Bags Cartel Case
The ECJ judgment arises from a 2005 decision in which the Commission imposed fines totalling Ä290.71 million on sixteen companies for infringing Article 101(1) TFEU.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
10
EU General Court Dismisses Intelís Appeal
The case would indicate that any incentive by a dominant firm that might be seen as linked to loyalty risks attracting a large fine.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
11
European Commission Rejects Complaint Lodged By Federauto Against VW
The European Commission rejected the complaint lodged by an association representing Italian car dealers, concerning the SEAT dealership contracts of Volkswagen Group Italia.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
12
Updated Legislative Framework For Markets In Financial Instruments (MiFID II)
All European firms engaged in investment business or providing investment services to clients should comply with MiFID II by 2 January 2017.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
13
ECJ Guidance On Acquired Distinctiveness Of Colour Trade Mark
The Court of Justice of the European Union handed down a preliminary ruling in joined cases C-217/13 and C-218/13 on the registration of a colour trade mark.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
14
UK Businessman Convicted For Role In Water-Storage Tank Cartel
Peter Snee, Managing Director of Franklin Hodge Industries, was convicted for his role in the fixing of prices on the market for water-storage tanks.
UK
30 Jul 2014
15
ECJ Interprets Rules Of Jurisdiction For Community Trade Mark Infringements And Unfair Competition Actions
The questions arose in proceedings between First Note Perfumes and Coty Germany GmbH, a German producer and distributor of perfumes and cosmetic products.
European Union
30 Jul 2014
16
Telenetís Yellow Colour Trade Mark Rejected
On 4 February 2014, the Brussels Court of Appeal refused registration of the colour yellow as a trade mark for Telenetís "triple play" services.
Belgium
24 Jun 2014
17
Brussels Commercial Court Declares Louboutinís Red Sole Trade Mark Invalid
On 20 March 2014, the President of the Brussels Commercial Court ruled on a dispute between Christian Louboutin and Van Dalen Footwear B.V.
Belgium
24 Jun 2014
18
Opinion Of ECJ Advocate-General On Interpretation Of Parody
Advocate General Villalon issued a non-binding Opinion for the benefit of the ECJ in Case C-201/13, Deckmyn en Vrijheidsfonds.
European Union
24 Jun 2014
19
ECJ Obliges Search Engine Operators To Delete Personal Data And Implement "Right To Be Forgotten"
On 13 May 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union handed down a significant judgment regarding the protection of personal data on the Internet.
European Union
24 Jun 2014
20
Article 29 Working Party Opinion On Legitimate Interests Of Data Controller
The Article 29 Data Protection Working Party adopted an opinion analysing the criteria set down in Article 7(f) of Directive 95/46/EC.
European Union
24 Jun 2014
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