By Baruch Fellner
, Daniel Rathbun
The Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission reaffirmed and extended its approval of the Multi-Employer Citation Policy in Secretary of Labor v. Summit Contractors, Inc., which allows the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to cite construction employers for exposing another employer’s workers to a hazard.
By Peter Alexiadis
, David Wood
"Don’t break the anti-trust rules; if you do, stop it as quickly as possible, and once you’ve stopped, don’t do it again." With these words, Neelie Kroes, the European Commissioner for Competition, has announced new Guidelines on the setting of fines for infringements of the EU antitrust rules, relating to restrictions of competition and abuse of a dominant position.
By David Wood
On 12 September 2006, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) delivered an important judgment on the interplay between national and EU copyright law, a judgment which also has implications for the interplay between IP and antitrust in the EU.