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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, Erik Pijnacker Hordijk.


Ignorance is no longer bliss: liability for anti-competitive actions by third parties

Netherlands - January 12 2016 Companies may soon be held responsible for anti-competitive actions by their external contractors. In a recent opinion, Advocate General Wathelet...

Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jan-Jaap Kuipers, 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, Stefan Molin.


Cartel facilitators no better than participants

European Union - November 10 2015 Participating in a cartel as well as contributing to the implementation of a cartel can lead to substantial fines. The European Court of Justice...

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


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, Erik Pijnacker Hordijk.