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Spotlight On...Scoping Risks
The UK's antitrust regulator (the Competition and Markets Authority) has recently published its priorities for the year in its annual plan 2018/2019.
24 Apr 2018
An Update On Brexit And (Current) Implications On Trade
It has been a year since Article 50 was triggered on March 29, 2017, and if no extension is given, the U.K. will leave the European Union (EU) on March 29, 2019
20 Apr 2018
Court Of Appeal Ruling Shows How Courts Might Handle Global Cartels
A ruling in iiyama (UK) Ltd and others v Samsung Electronic Co Ltd and others from the Court of Appeal in the UK is likely to greatly expand the value of damages claimants can recover in future cartel cases.
19 Apr 2018
Directors: A Warning From The CMA - Competition Law Compliance Matters
On 10 April 2018, the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced the disqualification of two directors in connection with a company's involvement in a cartel.
17 Apr 2018
Buy And Build: 5 Top Tips
Other local competition laws may also apply, depending on the home and trading jurisdictions of the buyer and the target business.
16 Apr 2018
CJEU Rules On Roche/Novartis Agreement Restricting Off Label Use Of Avastin
On 23 January 2018, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) handed down its judgment in Case C-179/16 relating to an on-going saga concerning Hoffman-La Roche Ltd (Roche) ...
European Union
13 Apr 2018
What Role For Fairness In EU Competition Policy And Enforcement?
Is this perception well-founded? And does it represent a new policy trend towards ‘social justice' objectives or simply a continuation of a policy driver that has underpinned EU competition enforcement for some time?
European Union
13 Apr 2018
CMA Guidance On Requests For Internal Documents In Merger Investigations
Companies and their advisers need to be even more vigilant about the contents of internal documents concerning proposed deals, because the CMA is tightening its procedure for requiring production of them in merger...
5 Apr 2018
UK Court Applies Broad ‘Qualified Effects' Test Developed In Intel In Iiyama Private Action For Damages
On 16 February 2018, the Court of Appeal of England and Wales applied the qualified effects test (i.e. the test according to which EU competition law can be applied to conduct ...
23 Mar 2018
A Two-Sided Coin: Regulation And Merger Control In The EU Telecommunications Sector
The Dutch competition authority's approval of KPN's acquisition of fiber operator Reggefiber was upheld by the Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal in February 2018
European Union
14 Mar 2018
EU Qualcomm Fine Bolsters Credibility On IT Competition
The European Commission's €1 billion penalty shows little fear of US complaints of favouritism
8 Mar 2018
Regulator Begins New Sector-Focused Crackdown On Cartels
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will target "industries that are at a greater risk of cartels forming" as part of a new campaign to crack down on anti-competitive behaviour.
5 Mar 2018
UK Competition Authority Updates Stakeholders On The Investment Consultants Market Investigation
On February 21, 2018, following a market investigation reference from the FCA in September 2017, the Competition and Markets Authority published a progress report on the Investment Consultants Market Investigation ...
2 Mar 2018
PSD2: Communication Standards Set To Be Implemented In EU Law
New regulatory technical standards on ‘strong customer authentication and common and secure open standards of communication', which will apply under the EU's second Payment Services Directive (PSD2), ...
European Union
1 Mar 2018
Blowing The Whistle On Anti-Competitive Cartels
The UK competition regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), has announced a 30% increase in "tip-offs" relating to cartels in 2017 following its "Cracking down on Cartels" ...
26 Feb 2018
Cracking Down On Cartels - The Competition And Markets Authority's New Marketing Campaign
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced the launch of a new campaign to crack down on cartels.
22 Feb 2018
More Liberal Approach To Competition Assessment Of Rebates Granted By Dominant Companies
The presumption that rebates granted by dominant companies in exchange for customers buying all or most of their requirements from the dominant company ...
21 Feb 2018
CMA Findings Following Investigation Into The Gambling Sector And Gambling Commission's Latest LCCP Consultation
Yesterday, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published the results of its investigation into marketing practices in the gambling sector.
14 Feb 2018
The Latest News From Europe On "Gun-Jumping" In Merger Control – The Opinion Of Advocate General Wahl
On 18 January 2018 Advocate General (AG) Wahl of the European Court of Justice delivered an important Opinion on the topic of gun-jumping under the European Merger Control Regulation (ECMR).
European Union
2 Feb 2018
The Competition And Markets Authority Launches Investigation Into Online Hotel Booking Sites
Sites need to give their customers information that is clear, accurate and presented in a way that enables people to choose the best deal for them.
31 Jan 2018
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