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Most Favoured Nation provisions increasingly investigated by European competition authorities

European Union - October 1 2013 Most Favoured Nation ("MFN") provisions have come under increased scrutiny of European competition authorities. MFN provisions, also referred to as…

Christof Swaak, Delphine Gillet, Hendrik Viaene, Michelle Argueta, Peter Wytinck.

European Court of Justice simplifies classic case law and rules that all object infringements that have an effect on interstate trade violate Article 101 TFEU

European Union, France - January 3 2013 On 13 December 2012, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") ruled on a reference from the French Supreme Court in the Expedia case (Case C-226/11). The…

Bas Braeken, Christof Swaak, Floris ten Have, Hendrik Viaene, Peter Wytinck.

Commission decides on scope and extent of non-compete obligations after joint venture break-up

European Union - July 3 2012 On 18 June 2012, the European Commission ("Commission") announced its decision ("Decision") to make legally binding the commitments offered by Siemens AG ("Siemens") and Areva SA ("Areva"), to reduce the product scope and duration of a non-compete obligation in the market for nuclear technologies.

Bas Braeken, Christof Swaak, Floris ten Have.

Cartes Bancaires and MasterCard judgments: object and effects restrictions revisited

European Union - October 6 2014 On 11 September 2014, the Court of Justice issued an important judgment in one of the numerous pending competition law cases around credit card…

Christof Swaak, Hendrik Viaene, Michelle Argueta, Peter Wytinck.

Commission rules out post-joint venture non-compete obligation as ancillary restraint in Siemens/Areva decision

European Union - September 4 2012 As previously reported in the Stibbe's Competition Law Newsletter of July 2012, on 18 June 2012, the European Commission ("Commission") announced its decision to make legally binding the commitments offered by Siemens AG ("Siemens") and Areva SA ("Areva").

Bas Braeken, Christof Swaak, Floris ten Have.