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Member States must require all employers to set up systems to record workers’ daily working hours, CJEU rules

European Union - June 20 2019 In its decision last month in Federación de Servicios de Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) v Deutsche Bank SAE, the Court of Justice of the European Union...

Ron Galea Cavallazzi, Edward Mizzi.

European Commission fines Nike 2.15 million for restricting cross-border sales of popular football merchandise

European Union - March 28 2019 The European Commission (‘Commission’) has earlier this week communicated its decision to fine the sportswear giant Nike for antitrust practices...

Ron Galea Cavallazzi, Lisa Abela.

UK regulator fines asset management firms for collusion over IPO pricing

United Kingdom - March 11 2019 This year the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) issued its first formal decision against three asset management firms for breaching competition...

Ron Galea Cavallazzi, Lisa Abela.

Employees have a right to be paid for their unutilised leave upon termination, even if they don't request to use it

European Union - November 15 2018 The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently delivered its preliminary rulings on two referrals by German courts asking whether EU law...

Ron Galea Cavallazzi, Edward Mizzi.

The applicability of choice of forum clauses in damage claims for breach of competition law

European Union - November 12 2018 The Court of Justice of the European Union (the “CJEU”) recently delivered a preliminary ruling distinguishing between Article 101 and Article 102 of...

Ron Galea Cavallazzi, Lisa Abela.