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By Lavoielegal  
In three separate judgments, the Court of Justice rejected on 9 June 2016 appeals from Repsol, PROAS and CEPSA. The appeals sought to set aside the General Court's judgments.
By Lavoielegal  
In a move to facilitate private damages claims resulting from anti-competitive infringements, the European Commission adopted in 2014 a directive on EU antitrust damages actions (the Directive).
By Lavoielegal  
Three sets of much awaited judgments are expected this month from the Court of Justice of the European Union.
By Chantal Lavoie
If the results of the market test are positive, the European Commission could make the commitments legally binding by decision under Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003.
By Chantal Lavoie
This appeal from the General Court has provided Advocate General Kokott with an opportunity to give her opinion on two important practical issues...
By Chantal Lavoie
The case concerns the consultancy firm AC-Treuhand which had provided professional services to cartel participants in the tin stabilisers sector and the epoxidised soybean oil and esters sector.
By Chantal Lavoie
The Court of Justice of the European Union (the Court) adopted on 6 October 2015 a long-awaited judgment in relation to rebate schemes.
By Chantal Lavoie
Avago's acquisition of Broadcom received a first phase conditional clearance from the European Commission on 23 November 2015.
By Chantal Lavoie
Almost three years since prohibiting UPS' proposed acquisition of TNT Express, the European Commission approved on 8 January 2016 under the EU Merger Regulation FedEx's own takeover proposal for the same company.
By Chantal Lavoie
The case concerns Maxima Latvija, a Latvian company which operates large shops and supermarkets in the retail food market in Latvia.
By Chantal Lavoie
This judgment concerns only the Commission decision re-approving Wendel as a suitable purchaser.
By Chantal Lavoie
The ruling is of particular interest as it considers the application of the evidentiary standard needed to prove a 'concerted practice' in the context of an e-commerce platform.
By Chantal Lavoie
In four judgments rendered on 10 March 2016, the Court of Justice (the Court) annulled a European Commission decision requesting information from parties to a cartel investigation.
By Chantal Lavoie
Almost three years since prohibiting UPS' proposed acquisition of TNT Express, the European Commission approved on 8 January 2016 under the EU Merger Regulation FedEx's own takeover proposal for the same company.
By Chantal Lavoie
An anchor tenant refers typically to the lessee occupying the largest area of a shopping centre.