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EU competition authorities tighten the screws on resale price maintenance

European Union - May 11 2016 The seemingly slumbering enforcement of resale price maintenance in some parts of Europe has flared up with almost every competition authority...

Peter Maessen, Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Gurgen Hakopian.


Cold storage companies froze competition with premature merger discussions

Netherlands - April 12 2016 The Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets imposed a fine of EUR 12.5 million on four companies in the cold storage industry. Two of them had been...

Peter Maessen, Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Gurgen Hakopian.


You’ve got mail: message may be proof of participation in a concerted practice

European Union - February 15 2016 Not paying attention to incoming emails may have inadvertent consequences. The European Court of Justice recently ruled that the mere dispatch of a...

Martijn Snoep, Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Gurgen Hakopian.


Transcripts of oral leniency statements should be disclosed

Netherlands - January 13 2016 Oral leniency statements do not enjoy the intended protection against disclosure. The highest Dutch administrative appeal court recently ruled that...

Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Gurgen Hakopian, Willemijn Jonker.


Dominance and rebates: beware

European Union - November 10 2015 The European Court of Justice recently confirmed that dominant companies need to be careful about granting rebates. If the rebate scheme makes it...

Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Gurgen Hakopian, Willemijn Jonker.