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By Martin Favart
They therefore requested that the investigations in relation to Alcogroup should be suspended. In its reply of 8 May 2015, the Commission rejected this request.
By Andrzej Kmiecik
The Court therefore, in effect, took the view that it was legitimate to exclude this particular online-only platform from the network.
By Richard Burton
In this article, we give a factual overview of a significant case development at EU level, and then provide a more detailed analysis of the developments addressed.
By Porter Elliott
On 24 April 2018, the European Commission fined Altice, a Dutch-based telecom operator, € 125 million for procedural infringements of the EU Merger Regulation.
By Charlotte Woolfson
On 19 April 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered a judgment holding that investigations of price discrimination under EU competition law should involve an examination...
By Peter L'Ecluse
Of immediate relevance for third countries is the APF's assault against "foreign governments' free-riding off American investment in innovation".
By Thibaut D'hulst
The Protocol contains almost exclusively provisions the implementation of which is mandatory under the Directive.
By Catherine Longeval
The ECJ then referred to its case-law according to which concession agreements should qualify as contracts for the supply of services.
By Thibaut D'hulst
This ruling is an important victory for Adidas in its long-running dispute with SB.
By Catherine Longeval
The proceedings were initiated on the basis of the Czechoslovakia-Netherlands BIT.
By Koen T’Syen
On 14 February 2018, the Belgian Official Journal (Belgisch Staatsblad/Moniteur belge) published a Charter on the Access of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises to Public Procurement Procedures ...
By Koen T’Syen
On 2 March 2018, a Bill amending the Law of 2 August 2002 on combating late payment in commercial transactions was submitted to the Federal Chamber of Representatives ...
By Martin Favart
On 28 February 2018, the Brussels Court of Appeal held that the decision of the Belgian Competition Authority to partially lift specific conditions imposed on Kinepolis was poorly reasoned..
By Andrzej Kmiecik
On 23 January 2018, the German Federal Court of Justice ruled on an action brought by a car repair shop (the claimant) against the general importer of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles (the defendant).
By Thibaut D'hulst
On 16 February 2018, the Dutch-language Brussels Court of First Instance (Nederlandstalige Rechtbank van Eerste Aanleg te Brussel/Tribunal de Première Instance néerlandophone de Bruxelles – the "Court") ...
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