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Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter, Autumn 2018

USA, United Kingdom, OECD, European Union, Germany - December 20 2018 A resounding complaint from merging parties heard time and time again is the negative impact on operations resulting from protracted merger reviews...

Kathryn Hellings, Matthew G. R. Giles, Tracy Januzzi Penfield, PJ Kaur, Christian Ritz, Eric Paroche, Ed Harris, Rafael Szmid, Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte, François Brunet, Susan A. Musser, Céline Verney, Joshua Esam, Logan M. Breed, Adrian Emch, Angus Coulter, Janet L. McDavid, Dr. Falk Schöning, Isabel Costa Carvalho.


UK preparations for a ‘no deal’ Brexit - competition law

United Kingdom, European Union - November 8 2018 On 30 October 2018, the UK government published a draft version of a statutory instrument (Competition SI) and guidance issued by the Competition and...

Matthew G. R. Giles, Angus Coulter.


Is the UK’s post-Brexit approach to platforms and the digital sector starting to emerge?

United Kingdom, European Union - October 2 2018 The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s statements of intent on a digital service tax and competition law reforms reinforce other recent indications that...

Rupert Shiers, Graham Poole, Peter Watts, Charles Brasted.


Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Summer 2018

Global - September 18 2018 On 25 June the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Ohio v. American Express that American Express (Amex) did not violate the federal antitrust laws by...

Eugenia Gambarara, Justin W. Bernick, Jiaming Zhang, Christian Ritz, Lesley Morphet, Nkonzo Hlatshwayo, Sabrina Borocci, Alice Wallace-Wright, Daniel Graulich, Aline Doussin, Lorenz Marx, Zoe Bartlett, Rachel Xu, Christopher Peacock, Adrian Emch, Angus Coulter, Riccardo Fruscalzo, Luigi Mansani, Marco Berliri, Aniko Adam, Christopher Hutton, Giulia Mariuz.


CAT upholds CMA Decision: Ping out of bounds

United Kingdom, European Union - September 4 2018 On 7 September 2018, the CAT upheld the CMA's 2017 infringement decision in which it fined golf club manufacturer Ping £1.45m for breaching the EU and...

Joshua Esam.