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Summer is coming! And so are hefty cartel fines

Netherlands - April 12 2016 The Act increasing the maximum fine that the Authority for Consumers and Markets can impose for cartel infringements is set to enter into force on 1...

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


Double-check your online sales contracts: initial results on geo-blocking published

European Union - April 12 2016 Companies should brace themselves for the extra attention that their agreements with online distributors, in particular, are likely to get. The...

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


Dutch court overturns decision to block bakery merger

Netherlands - March 9 2016 The highest administrative appeal court in the Netherlands recently annulled the decision by the Dutch regulator ACM to prohibit the transaction...

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


The handyman can: national competition authorities may get bigger enforcement toolbox

European Union - December 9 2015 The European Commission recently launched a public consultation on whether the EU's national competition authorities should be given additional tools...

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


European Commission can search private devices during raids

European Union - October 13 2015 The European Commission recently revised its explanatory note on dawn raids to clarify that employees' personal devices and media can be searched...

Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Willemijn Jonker, Erik Pijnacker Hordijk.