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The Antitrust Arms Race: How International Jurisdictions Are Increasing Enforcement Efforts
Antitrust enforcement has become increasingly sophisticated around the world. This article examines the trends of Australia, Brazil, China, Japan and Korea
UK
27 Aug 2019
2
EU Antitrust Litigation: An Update
As of mid-2018, the Damages Directive (Directive) has been incorporated across all European Union (EU) Member States.
European Union
27 Aug 2019
3
Google And Compliance With The Google Shopping Decision
With three cases recently closed, Google has been in the crosshairs of European Union Competition Commissioner Vestager
Belgium
27 Aug 2019
4
Modernizing The Law On Abuse Of Market Power For The Digital Economy
In recent years, Germany, like other European Union Member States, has seen various initiatives to address challenges to competition law by the digital economy. The Bundeskartellamt (BKartA)
Germany
23 Aug 2019
5
Parental Liability For EU Antitrust Infringements: New And Broad Frontiers
The European Union (EU) antitrust law concepts of ‘undertaking' and ‘single economic entity' allow fines to be imposed on parent entities of subsidiaries involved in cartel conduct
European Union
22 Aug 2019
6
Conglomerate Effects: An EU Resurgence?
The European Commission (EC) is increasingly invoking conglomerate theories of harm in its merger reviews.
European Union
21 Aug 2019
7
In Re Vitamin C Antitrust Litigation
In January 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in In re vitamin C Antitrust Litigation, the first lawsuit in U.S. history where the Chinese government has intervened to take a position
United States
20 Aug 2019
8
Reduction In Leniency; Drop In Enforcement?
Leniency programs have been one of the most effective tools for cartel prosecution over the past two decades.
United States
20 Aug 2019
9
Risks For Consummated Deals Even Where No Notification Requirements
In a number of jurisdictions, antitrust authorities may challenge consummated mergers even when the parties were not required to report those deals
United States
19 Aug 2019
10
The European Courts Recognize Creditors' Interests In State Aid Decisions
This may now provide a plausible route for creditors to attack State aid approvals of bank resolution, something that has been very difficult to date.
European Union
13 Aug 2019
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United States Supreme Court Accepts The Importance Of Two-Sided Markets Analysis
On June 25, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision by Justice Thomas, held that provisions in American Express Company's contracts with merchants that restricted the ability of these merchants...
United States
13 Aug 2019
12
Developments In The Antitrust Enforcement Of Online Platforms' Use Of Data
The economic value and utility of customer data has led to many technology companies devising successful business models on the basis of providing free access to their online platforms and services
United States
9 Aug 2019
13
U.S. Policy Shifts In Intellectual Property Antitrust Enforcement
Under the Trump administration's leadership, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) appears to be changing its enforcement approach toward intellectual property (IP) issues.
United States
9 Aug 2019
14
Moving Past Actavis With Evolving Lifecycle Management Strategies
For nearly two decades, reverse payments have been the perennial focus in the pharmaceutical industry and among antitrust professionals.
United States
8 Aug 2019
15
How Should Competition Law React To FinTech?
Financial technology companies, known as ‘fintechs,' are an increasingly prominent and disruptive presence in the financial services market.
United States
8 Aug 2019
16
Antitrust Reverse Termination Fees--2019 Q2 Update
An antitrust reverse termination fee (ARTF), sometimes called an antitrust reverse breakup fee, is a fee payable by the buyer to the seller if and only if the deal
United States
8 Aug 2019
17
Extraterritorial Application Of Major Antitrust Regimes
The past several decades have seen a surge in trade deals, technology advancements and logistical developments that have culminated in the most liberalized markets in history.
United States
7 Aug 2019
18
Recent Developments In Hybrid Settlement Cases
Since the introduction of the European Commission's (EC) settlement procedure in 2008, just over one in five of all its settlement cases have involved at least one party dropping out of the settlement
Belgium
6 Aug 2019
19
No-Poach Agreements Raise Issues For Companies With Employees In The United States
No-poach or non-solicitation agreements have been a focus of government examination for several years. In October 2016, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U.S. Federal Trade
United States
5 Aug 2019
20
CFIUS Reform: A New Concern For Foreign Investors
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is a committee of representatives of nine federal agencies tasked with reviewing investments in, or acquisitions
United States
1 Aug 2019
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