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Antitrust Investigations Are Not Criminal In Nature
On the 12 July 2019, the Constitutional Court handed down judgment in Falzon Group Holdings Limited et v Director General (Competition).
Malta
23 Aug 2019
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Amendments To The Consumer Affairs Act – New Procedural Safeguards For Traders In Public Enforcement Proceedings
On the 31 May 2019, Parliament enacted the Competition Act and Consumer Affairs Act and other Laws (Amendment) Act ("the Amendment Act").
Malta
17 Jul 2019
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Substantial Amendments To The Competition Act – The Salient Features
The Competition Act and Consumer Affairs Act and other Laws (Amendment) Act ("the Amendment Act") was enacted on 31 May 2019.
Malta
11 Jul 2019
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CJEU: Change In Ownership Of Company Renders Purchaser Liable For Anti-Competitive Behaviour Of Predecessor
On the 14 March 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union ('CJEU') handed down the judgement of Vantaan kaupunki v. Skanska Industrial Solutions Oy, NCC Industry Oy, Asfaltmix Oy
Malta
9 May 2019
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MasterCard Fined €570 Million For Breaching Competition Rules
On 22 January 2019, the European Commission ("the Commission) fined MasterCard for limiting the possibility for retailers to benefit from lower interchange fees in other Member States.
Malta
14 Feb 2019
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EU Adopts Regulation Prohibiting Geo-Blocking
The European Commission (the 'Commission') has adopted an e-commerce package that included the adoption of different laws with the aim of making it easier for European consumers to shop online throughout the 'EU'.
Malta
16 Jan 2019
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Commission Seeks Feedback On Commitments Offered By Visa And Mastercard On Inter-Regional Interchange Fees
Following the issue of a Statement of Objections by the European Commission (the 'Commission') against Visa and MasterCard regarding the competition concerns raised by inter-regional interchange fees
Malta
7 Jan 2019
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Office For Competition Issues Its First Commitments Decision: Exclusivity Agreements For Five Years Or More Raise Competition Concerns
On the 29 May 2018, the Office for Competition ('the Office') issued a decision to accept commitments offered by St Edward's College and In Design (Malta) Limited.
Malta
9 Nov 2018
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International Comparative Legal Guide To: Cartels & Leniency 2019
Mamo TCV has been featured in the Global Legal Group's International Comparative Legal Guide to Cartels & Leniency.
Malta
8 Nov 2018
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Proposed Amendments To The Competition Act And The Consumer Affairs Act
On the 10 August 2018, the Government of Malta launched a public consultation procedure in relation to proposed amendments to the Competition Act, the Consumer Affairs Act, the Malta Consumer and Competition Affairs Authority Act, and other related legislation.
Malta
4 Sep 2018
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Article On Margin Squeeze Published In The European Competition Journal
The article first traces the origins of the principle found in EU competition law that margin squeeze is a stand-alone type of abuse.
Malta
1 Feb 2018
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Cartels: Enforcement, Appeals And Damages Actions 2017
Mamo TCV has authored the Malta chapter in Global Legal Insights's Cartels: Enforcement, appeals and damages actions 2017.
Malta
9 Mar 2017
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The Consequences Of Federation Of Estate Agents vs Director General (Competition) Et
A number of press reports and articles have appeared recently in the Maltese media regarding the consequences of the Constitutional Court judgment in Federation of Estate Agents vs Director General (Competition) et.
Malta
3 Feb 2017
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Agreement Regarding The Distribution Of LPG In Malta Held To Be In Breach Of The Competition Rules
In a decision in the names Uffiċċju għall-Kompetizzjoni Ġusta v Korporazzjoni Enemalta et handed down on 4 October 2016, the Competition and Consumer Appeals Tribunal found that...
Malta
3 Jan 2017
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Mamo TCV Obtains Favourable Decision For Respondent In Constitutional Appeal Regarding The Protection Of Human Rights In Competition Proceedings
The Civil Court, First Hall in its constitutional jurisdiction agreed with the arguments brought forward by the FEA (21 April 2015; application number 87/2013).
Malta
10 May 2016
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