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When Does A Discussion Infringe Competition Law? Lessons From The UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal In Balmoral V CMA
The case arose as an appeal by Balmoral Tanks Limited and its parent company Balmoral Group Holdings Limited (together, "Balmoral")...
European Union
19 Oct 2017
Exclusivity: Some Do's And Don'ts
All too often, businesses believe that they have secured a valuable commitment to exclusivity – only to discover that...
17 Oct 2017
The English High Court Rules In Favour Of Air Cargo Defendants Regarding Temporal Scope Of Claimants' Claims
On 4 October 2017, the High Court gave a judgment on a preliminary issue significantly restricting the temporal scope of the claimants' claims in four air cargo cartel damages actions.
European Union
13 Oct 2017
End Of The Road For Truck Cartel Case
The European Commission has hit Swedish automotive manufacturer Scania with a substantial €880 million fine for breach of EU antitrust rules. Scania was found to have colluded with five other...
European Union
11 Oct 2017
Online Selling Restrictions - Don't Get Caught In The Cross Hairs
Rapid developments in consumer technology are causing the convergence of the physical and online sales channels.
9 Oct 2017
Pinsent Masons Insurance Briefing - Third FCA Consultation On IDD Proposes 'Detrimental Impact' Test For Inducements
Advisers recommending insurance-based investment products (IBIPs) must make sure that any inducements will not have a "detrimental impact" on the quality of the relevant service from next year, the FCA has said.
4 Oct 2017
FCA's Competition Remit Shows Its Teeth: Investment Consultancy Market Investigation Is Launched
On 14 September, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced its final decision to make a Market Investigation Reference (MIR) to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)...
29 Sep 2017
CMA Warns Creative Sector Against Competition Law Faux Pas
To coincide with London Fashion Week, which drew to a close on Tuesday, the Competition & Markets Authority ("CMA") issued an open letter to the UK creative industry.
28 Sep 2017
When Are Prices "Excessive": Did The Latvian Competition Authority Strike The Right Note?
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.
European Union
21 Sep 2017
UK Investment Consultants And Fiduciary Management Services Under Investigation
The UK competition regulator, the CMA, will be conducting in-depth investigations of investment consultancy and fiduciary management services after the FCA initiated an investigation.
19 Sep 2017
ECJ Judgment In Austria Asphalt Smooths Over A Crack In EU Merger Control
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...
European Union
18 Sep 2017
Intel Judgment: Clarity From The ECJ On Exclusivity Rebates As An Abuse
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) yesterday delivered its judgment in relation to Intel's appeal from the General Court, and has set aside the General Court's judgment on the basis that it failed...
European Union
14 Sep 2017
The Intel Case – Facts Do Matter!
Companies commonly use rebates to maximise sales. From a competition law perspective, such rebate schemes are ordinarily unproblematic.
European Union
14 Sep 2017
Collective Actions On The Rise In Germany And Europe – Dieselgate As Game Changer?
It remains to be seen whether the Volkswagen Dieselgate scandal will become a game changer for Germany.
European Union
13 Sep 2017
The First Disqualification Of A Director By The CMA
Financial penalties being imposed on companies for breaches of competition law is relatively common place.
13 Sep 2017
United Kingdom- CAT Dismisses Second Ever UK Consumer Class Action Against Mastercard At Preliminary Stage
On 21 July 2017, the UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal ("CAT") dismissed an application for certification of the second ‘opt-out' collective proceedings to be brought in the UK.
European Union
13 Sep 2017
FI And D&O International Review - July 2017
We have commented in previous editions of this Review on the impact that developments in one jurisdiction can have in another.
12 Sep 2017
Regulation Round Up - August 2017
The UK Competition and Markets Authority announced a consultation on proposed revisions to its published guidance on penalty setting in Competition Act 1998 cases.
6 Sep 2017
Contempt: The Perils Of Legal Discovery
A recent action for trademarks and competition illustrates the risks around contempt proceedings and proper use of disclosure.
31 Aug 2017
How To Size The Sanction Under The CMA's New Guidance
The UK competition authority's review of legal penalties will help business limit their liability for breach of competition law.
31 Aug 2017
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