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The failing firm defence: when failure is the opportunity

United Kingdom - April 3 2017 Many merger control proceedings involve the acquisition of a firm, or the assets of a firm, that is in financial difficulties, or has decided to exit...

Hao-Ling Yau, Felicity Burling, Caroline Brown, Jeremy Kelly, Eirini Roussou, Guy Hardaker, Anthony Woolich.


Mending the net: proposed changes to EU merger control

European Union - April 3 2017 On 7 October 2016, the European Commission launched a public consultation entitled the "Evaluation of procedural and jurisdictional aspects of EU...

Hao-Ling Yau, Felicity Burling, Caroline Brown, Jeremy Kelly, Eirini Roussou, Guy Hardaker, Anthony Woolich.


A tale of two judgments: the MasterCard interchange fee decisions and their relevance for competition damages claims

United Kingdom - April 3 2017 The Consumer Rights Act 2015 has introduced changes to the UK's competition damages regime, which has made the UK an attractive jurisdiction in which...

Hao-Ling Yau, Felicity Burling, Caroline Brown, Jeremy Kelly, Eirini Roussou, Guy Hardaker, Anthony Woolich.


New challenges necessitate new partnerships with the world

Africa, China, Algeria - June 13 2016 China is changing rather than failing. Overall domestic consumption is growing and the service sector is growing rapidly. It is entirely normal for...

Rula Dajani Abuljebain, Robert Follie, Nick Hutton, Brian Gordon.


Broader growth drivers amidst deep rooted interdependency

Asia-Pacific, Australia, China - June 13 2016 Despite the tough markets around the world, Australia has taken a deliberate strategy of diversifying beyond a reliance on resources, but at a...

Rula Dajani Abuljebain, Robert Follie, Nick Hutton, Brian Gordon.