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The European Commission Seeks to Endow Itself With the Power to Collect Information Directly From Companies to Improve Overall Compliance With the EU Single Market Rules

European Union - June 15 2017 Hardly picked up by the specialised press, the Proposal for a Regulation setting out the conditions and procedure by which the European Commission...

James Webber, Matthew Readings, Geert Goeteyn, Elvira Aliende Rodriguez, Mathias Stöcker, Paolisa Nebbia, George Milton.


E-commerce Report Sets Out the Commission’s Enforcement Priorities in the Digital Single Market

European Union - May 12 2017 The Commission launched the E-commerce Sector Inquiry in May 2015 in the context of its Digital Single Market (“DSM”) strategy, aiming to ensure...

Paolisa Nebbia.


E-commerce Inquiry - A Threat to Rights Holders and Retailers

European Union - September 15 2016 The European Commission today published its preliminary report on the e-commerce sector inquiry (the "Preliminary Report"). The Preliminary Report...


The New Kid on the Block: Hong Kong’s New Competition Law Regime Has Come into Full Effect

Hong Kong - December 14 2015 Today, Hong Kong’s Competition Ordinance has come into full effect. The commencement comes three and a half years after the Ordinance was enacted by...

Jessica K. Delbaum, Heather Lamberg Kafele, Brian G. Burke, Stephen C. Mavroghenis, Matthew Readings.


FCA’s concurrent competition powers final guidance and Handbook amendments are published

United Kingdom - July 15 2015 The FCA has published final guidance on use of its new competition law powers, together with amendments to its Handbook introducing a specific...

Matthew Readings.