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A Glimpse Into How Competition Law Will Feature In Future UK Aviation Strategy
In response to the Department for Transport's green paper 'Aviation 2050: the future of UK aviation', the Competition and Markets Authority has said that a reform of the slot allocation mechanism...
UK
24 Jul 2019
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Pre-Take Off Checks: Merger Control Clearance Required For Wet Leasing Arrangements?
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has completed its first merger investigation into a wet lease arrangement between two airlines.
UK
15 Jan 2019
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First Competition Fine Imposed For Ban On Online Search Advertising
Guess imposed five restrictions on retailers in its selective distribution network between January 2014 and October 20171.
UK
2 Jan 2019
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Lease Restriction Lands Heathrow Airport With £1.6m Parking Fine
Businesses risk fines of up to 10% of their global group turnover and exposure to damages actions
UK
5 Oct 2018
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UK Set To Upgrade National Security Measures For Infrastructure
Foreign entities planning to acquire or control a UK company active in infrastructure, technology and emergency services will need to consider UK national security before entering into a transaction
UK
2 Aug 2018
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CMA Guidance On Requests For Internal Documents In Merger Investigations
Companies and their advisers need to be even more vigilant about the contents of internal documents concerning proposed deals, because the CMA is tightening its procedure for requiring production of them in merger...
UK
5 Apr 2018
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Prepare For Take-Off: One Month To Respond To Consultations On Package Travel Reforms
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is consulting1 on changes to the ATOL Standard Terms – the standard conditions attached to ATOLs2
UK
2 Mar 2018
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Flying Into The Future: Would ATOL Reforms Have Helped More Monarch Customers?
Shortly after the last ever Monarch Airlines flight landed at Manchester Airport in the early hours of Monday morning, the airline entered administration, prompting the CAA to launch its "biggest peacetime repatriation"...
UK
11 Oct 2017
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When Are Prices "Excessive": Did The Latvian Competition Authority Strike The Right Note?
The ECJ has just ruled that competition regulators have a "certain margin for manoeuvre" in deciding whether prices are excessive, and that there is no single adequate method for such an assessment.
European Union
21 Sep 2017
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ECJ Judgment In Austria Asphalt Smooths Over A Crack In EU Merger Control
The creation of a joint venture between two or more companies, using a company which was previously controlled solely by one parent, is not subject to EU merger control where the joint venture...
European Union
18 Sep 2017
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