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Will the Competition and Markets Authority give the go ahead for the TescoBooker merger?

United Kingdom - March 6 2017 Tesco, the UK's leading food retailer, and Booker, the UK's leading food wholesaler, announced on 26 January that they had reached an agreement on the...

Sarah Kosminsky.

Will UK competition law change overtime?

United Kingdom, European Union - July 27 2016 UK competition law is unlikely to be very different in the short term. The Competition Act 1998 is self-standing but is based on EU law and the...

Thoughts on Brexit from a competition law perspective

United Kingdom, European Union - July 7 2016 While the dust is still settling from the UK people's vote to leave the European Union, we need first and foremost in true British style to "keep...

Elisabetta Rotondo.

Will competition law change if the UK exits the EU?

United Kingdom, European Union - April 29 2016 If the UK were to leave the EU and EEA, UK competition law is unlikely to be very different in the short term. The Competition Act 1998 is...

Brexit: The possible legal implications of a UK withdrawal from the EU

United Kingdom, European Union - April 14 2016 On 23 June 2016 the British people will vote on whether the UK should remain a member of the EU or leave the EU.As our clients would expect, Bond...

Karen Plumbley-Jones, Davina Watson, Alex Hirom, Cole Stacey, Nick Page, Kim Walker, Suzanne Gado.