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By Martin Favart
The case is noteworthy as it strongly criticises the method by which the CCPC conducted its competition law investigation using electronic dawn raids.
By Stephanie Reinart
Under the former rules, a planned concentration has to be notified to the German Federal Cartel Office if certain turnover thresholds are met by the undertakings concerned
By Martin Favart
The lawyers arrived at Samsung Electronics' premises only several hours later.
By Martin Favart
A subsequent appeal by Janssen-Cilag was dismissed by the French Supreme Court.
By Stephanie Reinart
The amendments to the Austrian Cartel Act introduce an additional notification threshold, which is based on value of a transaction.
By Porter Elliott
On 18 May 2017, the European Commission fined Facebook € 110 million for providing misleading information under the EU Merger Regulation.
By Richard Burton
In addition, the ECJ confirmed that Pacific Fruit's conduct restricted competition by object.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
This article focuses on the Report's analysis of consumer goods.
By Peter L'Ecluse
Consumer goods are discussed in the section of this newsletter covering vertical agreements.
By Peter L'Ecluse
The present case related to issues of competition law, FRAND, injunctions and damages.
By Martin Favart
The BCA is of the opinion that Belgian notification thresholds should not be increased because they are already relatively high when compared to those neighbouring Member States.
By Martin Favart
The bill provides that victims of a cartel have a right to full compensation as to the injury suffered.
By Koen T’Syen
In view of these arguments, the Court requested the ECJ to assess the compatibility of the Belgian measures within these three sets of EU rules.
By Catherine Longeval
In a judgment dated 27 April 2017, the Constitutional Court (Grondwettelijk Hof / Cour Constitutionnelle) (the "Constitutional Court") largely confirmed the validity of the statutory provision..
By Martin Favart
On 2 May 2017, the BCA found that ABB, AEG, Siemens, Schneider and Sécheron had engaged in a cartel in the context of public tenders organised by government-owned railway network...
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