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Unfair Data Protection Practices May Constitute An Abuse Of Market Power
Facebook has announced that it will appeal the decision of the German competition authority.
Germany
1 Mar 2019
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Connected Cars And Autonomous Driving—EU Antitrust Challenges (Part II)
The Background: The automotive industry has achieved a number of technological advances aimed at developing connected cars, automated vehicles, and ultimately autonomous driving.
European Union
11 Sep 2018
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Connected Cars And Autonomous Driving - EU Antitrust Challenges (Part I)
Among the different fields of law concerned, competition law will play a key role.
European Union
4 Sep 2018
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CJEU Issues Long-Awaited Coty Decision On Luxury Goods Supplier's Online Platform Ban
On December 6, 2017, the CJEU issued its long-awaited judgment in the Coty case, which clarifies the extent to which an online platform ban within a selective distribution system for luxury goods is compatible with EU...
European Union
18 Dec 2017
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State Aid In Disguise?—EC Investigates UK Tax Regime
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into a specific provision of the UK-controlled foreign company rules.
UK
13 Dec 2017
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European Court Ruling May Reinvigorate Enforcement Against Excessive Pricing
The ruling will be of significant value in various ongoing EU and national excessive pricing investigations, and it lays the groundwork for future investigations.
European Union
2 Nov 2017
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European General Court Rules (Again) On Mandatory Access And Interoperability In Software Industry
The European General Court's ("GC") decision relates to a complaint filed with the European Commission ("EC") by Contact Software, a German software supplier of Product Data Management ("PDM").
European Union
5 Oct 2017
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Germany Issues Antitrust Guidance On Multilateral And Unilateral Behavior
The German FCO provided guidance on several hot antitrust topics in July 2017. While the guidance is contained in the FCO's report on its sector inquiry into the cement and ready-mix concrete markets...
Germany
28 Jul 2017
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ECJ: Clarification On Withdrawing State Aid From Companies Deemed "Undertaking In Difficulty"
The notion of "undertaking in difficulty" is a key element in State aid law because undertakings in difficulty can receive State aid only under the restrictive conditions for so-called rescue and...
European Union
27 Jul 2017
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German Federal Cartel Office (Bundeskartellamt) Publishes Merger Remedies Guidance
The guidance explains the procedure for the proposal and implementation of remedies offered by the parties involved in the merger.
Germany
29 Jun 2017
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European Commission Sets Its Sights On Allegedly Excessive Drug Prices
Following its 2008 pharmaceutical sector inquiry, the European Commission has largely followed through on its commitment to intensify competition law enforcement in this industry...
European Union
21 Jun 2017
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European Commissions's Antitrust Concerns Lead To Syndicated Loans Market Study
n April 2017, the European Commission ("Commission") published a tender offer seeking an assessment of the EU market for loan syndication and possible implications under EU competition rules
Worldwide
1 Jun 2017
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European Commission's Antitrust Concerns Lead To Syndicated Lending Market Study
This provision covers the exchange of commercially sensitive information between competitors.
European Union
24 May 2017
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European Commission's Antitrust Concerns Lead To Syndicated Lending Market Study
The European Commission has launched a tender offer to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the competitive aspects of the EU market for syndicated loans.
European Union
19 May 2017
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Latest Reform Of German Competition Law Brings Clarity
The German Parliament has adopted the 9th Amendment to the German "Act against Restraints of Competition" ("ARC") or "Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen" ("GWB").
Germany
4 May 2017
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European Commission Launches Competition Law Anonymous Whistleblower Tool
The European Commission has launched a new tool that will allow individuals to anonymously report anticompetitive conduct for the first time.
European Union
27 Apr 2017
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EU General Court Rules On Pay-For-Delay Agreements In Patent Disputes
In a series of judgments, the EU General Court on September 8, 2016, upheld a 2013 Commission decision against Danish drug maker Lundbeck and four generics producers for entering into an agreement to settle patent disputes.
European Union
9 Nov 2016
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European Law Enforcement Against Antitrust Conspiracies - Recent Trends
Over the last few years, the level of cartel enforcement against antitrust conspiracies across the European Union has increased significantly.
European Union
20 Sep 2016
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EC Rules That Apple Received Illegal State Aid Under Irish Tax Rulings - Orders Recovery Of Up To €13 Billion
The Commission concluded that Apple must pay Ireland an amount equal to the alleged tax benefits, plus interest, amounting to some €13 billion.
European Union
2 Sep 2016
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