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A "Moral Hazard"? A Look At State Aid And "Bailouts"
Last week, Boris Johnson refused Thomas Cook's request for financial assistance from the Government, reportedly to avoid a "moral hazard" for other failing businesses.
UK
10 Oct 2019
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Competition Law And Director Disqualification: The UK Competition Authority Continues To Sanction Individuals For Competition Law Infringements
On 31 July 2019, the UK's CMA publicised the disqualification of three individuals from acting as directors, as a consequence of their company's involvement in an infringement of UK competition law.
UK
8 Aug 2019
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Digital Protectionism, Trade And The WTO
In our recent report Protectionism 2.0: Digital forces driving the new protectionist agenda we highlighted how measures restricting data flows crucial to businesses pose as much a threat
Worldwide
2 Jan 2019
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Brexit And State Aid
There has been considerable political debate surrounding the possible increase in state funding and intervention that may result from Brexit.
European Union
1 Oct 2018
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Directors: A Warning From The CMA - Competition Law Compliance Matters
On 10 April 2018, the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced the disqualification of two directors in connection with a company's involvement in a cartel.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Cracking Down On Cartels - The Competition And Markets Authority's New Marketing Campaign
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced the launch of a new campaign to crack down on cartels.
UK
22 Feb 2018
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Victory For Brand Owners In Deluxe Ruling From European Court Of Justice
The European Court of Justice ("CJEU") today handed down its highly anticipated judgment on the legality of a brand owner's restriction of online sales through third-party platforms.
European Union
8 Dec 2017
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When Does A Discussion Infringe Competition Law? Lessons From The UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal In Balmoral V CMA
The case arose as an appeal by Balmoral Tanks Limited and its parent company Balmoral Group Holdings Limited (together, "Balmoral")...
European Union
19 Oct 2017
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Submission To The EU Internal Market Sub-Committee's Inquiry On Brexit: Competition
What should competition policy in the UK set out to achieve? What guiding principles should shape the UK's approach to competition policy after Brexit?
European Union
27 Sep 2017
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Brexit - The Impact On EU Competition Law
Bernardine Adkins, partner and head of EU, trade and competition, discusses the impact of Brexit on current competition legislation and enforcement.
UK
5 Oct 2016
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BReg-xit? Will 'Brexit' Lead Us To The Promised Land And Cut Down On Competition And Regulatory Law Red Tape?
Following Friday's 'Leave' vote on UK membership of the EU, we look at how an exit by the UK from the EU could affect the legal landscape around the application of competition and economic regulation.
European Union
4 Jul 2016
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bReg-xit? Will 'Brexit' Lead Us To The Promised Land And Cut Down On Competition And Regulatory Law Red Tape?
Following Friday's 'Leave' vote on UK membership of the EU, we look at how an exit by the UK from the EU could affect the legal landscape around the application of competition and economic regulation.
UK
28 Jun 2016
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Trade Defence Instruments - Would Brexit Save The UK's Steel Industry?
Tata Steel's recent decision to sell its Port Talbot steel plant has prompted public outcry, shining a spotlight on the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of EU trade defence and laws prohibiting certain types of State aid.
UK
29 Apr 2016
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