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Damages Claimants Have To Make Do With ECís Public Cartel Decision
Donít bank on the Transparency Regulation to give you access to the Commissionís confidential cartel files to substantiate your civil damages claims.
Netherlands
27 Jan 2014
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Fast And Precise: Dutch Courts In Cartel Damages Proceedings
Regardless of whether you are a cartel victim or a cartel member, the Netherlands appears to be an attractive jurisdiction for cartel damages proceedings.
Netherlands
27 Jan 2014
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European Commission Proposes Legislation To Facilitate Damage Claims By Victims Of Antitrust Violations
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a Directive on how citizens and companies can claim damages when they are victims of infringements of the EU antitrust rules, such as cartels and abuses of a dominant market position. The proposal is set to remove a number of practical difficulties which victims frequently face when they try to receive a fair compensation for the damage they have suffered.
European Union
14 Jul 2013
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Commission Consults On Proposal For Revised Competition Regime For Technology Transfer Agreements
The European Commission invites comments on a proposal for new competition rules for the assessment of technology transfer agreements.
European Union
28 Mar 2013
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Commission Fines Producers Of TV And Computer Monitor Tubes EUR 1.47 Billion For Two Decade-Long Cartels
The European Commission has fined seven international groups of companies a total of EUR 1,470,515 000 for participating in either one or both of two distinct alleged cartels in the sector of cathode ray tubes.
Netherlands
28 Mar 2013
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European Competition Network Amends Its Model Leniency Programme
In November 2012, the network of European antitrust and competition authorities (ECN) published an amended version of its Model Leniency Programme.
European Union
20 Dec 2012
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European Commission Warned Off By General Court: Dawn Raids Are Not "Fishing Expeditions"
On 14 November 2012, the European Union's General Court clarified the extent of the European Commission's investigative powers when conducting dawn raids for suspected anticompetitive activities.
European Union
20 Dec 2012
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MOFCOM's Conditional Approval Of Western Digital/Hitachi Deal
On 2 March 2012, China's Anti-Monopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce ("MOFCOM") conditionally approved Western Digitalís acquisition of Hitachiís hard disk drive ("HDD") business.
China
30 Apr 2012
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