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OFT’s first review of NHS Foundation Trust merger

United Kingdom - January 10 2013 The Office of Fair Trading’s (OFT) review of a merger between two NHS Foundation Trusts is the first of its kind following the enactment of the Health...

Cyrus Mehta, Kabir Garyali.

Fines imposed as refrigerator cartel participants settle

European Union - December 16 2011 The Commission has imposed fines totalling 161m on four producers of refrigeration compressors for operating an illegal cartel....

Cyrus Mehta, Rachel Bickler.

Emergency bank aid rules extended again!

European Union - December 16 2011 Due to prolonged financial tension caused by the sovereign debt crisis, the Commission has extended the temporary state aid crisis framework to assess public support to financial institutions....

Cyrus Mehta, Rachel Bickler.

The OFT’s case goes up in smoke

United Kingdom - December 16 2011 The Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) handed down a judgment on 12 December 2011, in which it refused to permit the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to alter and refine its case against members of an alleged tobacco cartel....

Cyrus Mehta, Rachel Bickler.

Commission erroneously evaluated tender on the basis of bidders’ experience

European Union - December 16 2011 The General Court (GC) has criticised the European Commission’s basing of the award of a contract on the criterion of the tenderers’ experience in breach of procurement rules which require experience to be assessed at the selection stage....

Cyrus Mehta, Rachel Bickler.