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A Class Of Their Own: Merricks v Mastercard Incorporated & Others [2019] EWCA Civ 674
Despite the appetite for class actions in the US and Canada, the UK has often been seen as reluctant to embrace the concept of collective proceedings and criticised in some quarters for making it difficult to pursue...
UK
14 May 2019
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Saudi Arabia Issues A New Competition Law
Saudi Arabia has recently approved a new Competition law, which is expected to implement further restrictions and monitor all competition acts.
Saudi Arabia
15 Apr 2019
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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 ...
UK
21 Feb 2018
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China's New Anti-Unfair Competition Law - More Extensive And Detailed Protection (Chinese)
2017年11月4日,中国全国人大常委会通过了新修订的《中华人民共和国反不正当竞争法》(简称"新《反不正当竞争法》"),此次修订是反不正当竞
China
12 Jan 2018
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China's New Anti-Unfair Competition Law - More Extensive And Detailed Protection
On 4 November 2017, the Anti-unfair Competition Law of the People's Republic of China (the New ACL) was promulgated by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China.
China
12 Jan 2018
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Mastercard Collective Action Not To Proceed – Implications
Potentially the biggest and most complex claim in British legal history, according to some commentators, the Competition Appeal Tribunal
UK
9 Nov 2017
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More Liberal Approach To Competition Assessment Of Fidelity Rebates Granted By Dominant Companies
If a dominant company provides evidence that fidelity rebates are not capable of restricting competition, the European Commission (or national competition authority bringing proceedings)...
UK
7 Nov 2017
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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
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The First Disqualification Of A Director By The CMA
Financial penalties being imposed on companies for breaches of competition law is relatively common place.
UK
13 Sep 2017
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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.
Worldwide
12 Sep 2017
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Fight To Stop Bid-Rigging In Hong Kong Recognised Internationally
The objective of the Campaign is to advocate and educate the public in the topic of bid-rigging, to eliminate the practice of submitting "dummy" bids to harm and defraud consumers, and to promote fair competition.
Hong Kong
4 Jul 2017
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The Expiry Of The EU Insurance Block Exemption Regulation
From 1 April, to check their compliance with competition law, it will be incumbent on insurers to carry out their own assessment of such arrangements.
European Union
28 Feb 2017
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Risky Business - Liability For False Or Misleading Advertising Under PRC Law (Chinese)
过去几年中跨境电子商务在中国蓬勃发展。许多因素造就了今日的辉煌包括:科技水平的进步、中国日益壮大的中产阶级和中国政府为有效进
China
1 Nov 2016
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SMEs In The UAE
The UAE Cabinet has issued a unified definition of "small and medium enterprises" (SMEs) for the purposes of UAE law.
United Arab Emirates
27 Sep 2016
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Cabinet Issues Market Share Thresholds
The UAE Cabinet has issued resolutions setting out the relevant percentage thresholds applicable under the Competition Law.
United Arab Emirates
20 Sep 2016
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Commission Approves IAG Aer Lingus Merger Subject To Commitments
Previous attempts by Ryanair to increase its shareholding in Aer Lingus had been blocked by the Commission.
UK
7 Mar 2016
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Reforms To Australia's Competition Framework: Cabotage Regime And Liner Shipping Exemption
On 24 November 2015, the Australian Government released its much anticipated response to the Harper Competition Policy Review, supporting or partly-supporting 44 of 56 recommendations.
Australia
1 Dec 2015
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Reforms To Australia's Competition Framework: An Overhaul Or Just A Fresh Coat Of Paint?
On 24 November 2015, the Australian Government released its much anticipated response to the Harper Competition Policy Review, supporting or partly-supporting 44 of 56 recommendations.
Australia
1 Dec 2015
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Philippines
8 Oct 2015
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Harper Review Recommends Changes To Australia’s Cabotage Regime And Liner Shipping Exemption
On 31 March 2015 the much anticipated Final Report of Australia's Competition Policy Review Panel was released.
Australia
14 Apr 2015
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