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European Commission publishes progress report on implementation of collective redress measures

United Kingdom, European Union - February 15 2018 In parallel with issuing the proposal that would ultimately lead to the Damages Directive, in June 2013 the European Commission also published a...

Natalie Yeung, Philippe Chappatte.


House of Lords Committee publishes report on competition law and State aid control in post-Brexit UK

United Kingdom, European Union - February 15 2018 On 2 February 2018 the Internal Markets Sub-Committee of the House of Lords European Union Committee published its report "Brexit: competition and...

Natalie Yeung, Philippe Chappatte.


European Commission approves six electricity capacity mechanisms to ensure security of supply in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Poland

European Union - February 15 2018 On 7 February 2018 the European Commission announced the approval under State aid rules of electricity capacity mechanisms in Belgium, France, Germany...

Natalie Yeung, Philippe Chappatte.


MOFCOM publishes three penalty decisions for failure to notify

China - February 15 2018 On 6 February 2018 the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China (MOFCOM) published two penalty decisions for failure to notify, which...

Natalie Yeung, Philippe Chappatte.


ECJ finds that arrangement between Hoffmann-La Roche and Novartis may restrict competition “by object”

European Union - January 31 2018 On 23 January 2018 the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down its judgment in Hoffmann-La Roche and Others v AGCM. The ECJ held that it is a...

Natalie Yeung, Philippe Chappatte.