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Brexit: electricity arrangements

United Kingdom, European Union - January 4 2021 Each party must ensure that regulatory framework for electricity is nondiscriminatory. Retail customers must be free to choose and switch suppliers...

Landmark Supreme Court decision takes an applicant-friendly approach to collective proceedings

United Kingdom - December 21 2020 The UK Supreme Court has handed down a landmark judgment, finding that the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) incorrectly rejected an application for...

Jonathan Speed, Megan Curzon.

Increased clarity is expected to influence private enforcement actions in 2021

United Kingdom, European Union - December 15 2020 Follow-on damages claims are now an almost inevitable consequence of infringement decisions by the European Commission and national competition...

The CMA’s gradual move towards a mandatory notification regime: no longer the case of it being easier to seek forgiveness than ask for permission

United Kingdom, European Union - December 14 2020 In recent years, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has become noticeably more pro-active and interventionist in reviewing transactions. In...

Chloe Birkett.

Proposed new UK foreign investment and listing restrictions

United Kingdom - November 16 2020 Last week, the UK Government published new proposals designed to restrict foreign investment in the UK and to potentially block securities listings...

Matt Bonass, Amy Farrer.