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Court of Appeal rejects the death spiral in landmark MasterCard and VISA “MIF” case

United Kingdom - July 13 2018 In a significant competition law judgment, the Court of Appeal has held that MasterCard and Visa’s default multilateral interchange fees (“MIFs”) were...

Liz Williams, David Bridge.


Gambling Commission makes an example of SunBets for self-exclusion failings and “Novelty Bets”

United Kingdom - April 17 2018 On 13 April 2018, the Gambling Commission (the “Commission”) announced that it had imposed a penalty of £84,000 on Tabcorp UK Limited (trading as...


Competition Appeal Tribunal dismisses £14 billion collective action against Mastercard

United Kingdom - July 28 2017 MasterCard has successfully opposed a collective action in the Competition Appeal Tribunal (“CAT”), in the latest instalment of the multilateral...

Satyen Dhana, David Bridge.


No privilege against employer over personal documents on employer’s IT system

United Kingdom - July 28 2017 A property development company has successfully resisted an application by its former Group Finance Director to restrain use of personal documents on...

Georgina Swift, Omar Qureshi.


The Verdict - Summer 2017

Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy - June 21 2017 The Czech Republic fi rst recognised that legal entities could be criminally liable in the 2012 Act on Criminal Liability of Legal Entities and...

Iskander Fernandez, Omar Qureshi.