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International News: Brexit & the US Administration - Issue 3 2017

USA, United Kingdom, China, European Union, Global - December 13 2017 An apocryphal Chinese curse condemns its target to live in interesting times. There is certainly nothing dull about these times. It would be naïve to...

Alicia Videon, Jacob Kuipers, Ashley Winton, Thomas Granier, Lisa M. Richman, Emma Jolley, Sharon Lamb, Christian von Sydow, Nicholas Azis, Joel R. Grosberg, Louise Aberg, Paul McGrath, Jacob Grierson.


International News: Focus on Health Care - Fall 2017

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - September 8 2017 Health care systems across the world are facing similar challenges, regardless of their regulatory or cultural differences. From this however...

Jodi Benassi, Michael G. Morgan, Junda (David) Dai, Jacob Kuipers, Louis Leroy, Daniel R. Foster, Lionel Lesur, Thomas P. Conaghan, Paul McGrath.


EU Commission Fines Facebook EUR 110 million for Providing Incorrect or Misleading Information

European Union - May 19 2017 The Commission's EUR 110 million fine on Facebook for breach of its procedural obligations under the EU merger control rules underscores the need to...

David Henry.


European Commission Approves Microsoft Acquisition of LinkedIn Subject to Conditions

European Union - May 16 2017 On 6 December 2016, the European Commission cleared the acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft, subject to Microsoft granting LinkedIn's competitors...

Louise Aberg.


European Commission Launches New Cartel Reporting Tool, Member States Laud the Role of Whistleblowers

United Kingdom, European Union, Germany - April 4 2017 European Commissioner of Competition Margrethe Vestager made news when she announced that the European Commission had launched a new IT system...