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The EU Commission Should Provide Concrete Reasons for Requesting Information

European Union - March 14 2016 The statement of reasons of a decision requesting information from a company must be appropriate and disclose the purpose of the request so that the...

Stephen C. Mavroghenis, Elvira Aliende Rodriguez.

European Ombudsman closes maladministration inquiry into public statements by former Competition Commissioner

European Union - November 30 2015 In 2012 and 2014, Joaquín Almunia, the then Vice President of the European Commission and Commissioner responsible for competition, made public...

Stephen C. Mavroghenis, Collette Rawnsley.

Post Danmark II: an ‘evolution’ rather than a ‘revolution’ in the assessment of rebates

European Union - October 15 2015 The EU Court of Justice has handed down its much-awaited preliminary ruling in Post Danmark II.This ruling marks an ‘evolution’ rather than a...

Stephen C. Mavroghenis, Miguel Rato, Collette Rawnsley.

Consumer Rights Act 2015: private actions for breaches of competition law overview of the new regime

United Kingdom - October 1 2015 The entry into force of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 ( “CRA15”) on 1 October 2015 sees the overhaul of the private enforcement regime in England &...

Jo Rickard, James Webber, Stephen C. Mavroghenis, Susanna Charlwood, Collette Rawnsley.

The General Court judgments in cathode ray tubes: a reminder of key principles concerning cartel enforcement

European Union - September 10 2015 In addition to annulling the fine of EUR28 million imposed individually on Toshiba and reducing the fine imposed on Panasonic, the appeals against...

Stephen C. Mavroghenis, Matthew Readings, Geert Goeteyn, Collette Rawnsley.