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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 11 Aug 2022

Retailer's division into exclusive marketing districts infringes competition law

The Danish Competition Council (DCC) recently published a decision on a collusion within the home textile industry. The DCC found that Boligtextilbranchens Indkøbsservice had established a market-sharing cartel by assigning exclusive marketing districts to its members. The practice constituted an infringement of section 6 of the Danish Competition Act and article 101 of the Treaty on the......
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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 14 Jul 2022

The Professional Negligence Law Review: Denmark

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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 16 Jun 2022

Court issues four fines in relation to unlawful price coordination in gas sector

The District Court of Glostrup recently issued a judgment that ordered two gas companies to each pay an 8 million kroner fine for unlawful price coordination in the natural gas furnaces market. The same judgment also issued fines against two complicit individuals, which amounted to 75,000 kroner and 50,000 kroner. The judgment clarifies the nature of penalties that are issued when the......
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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 13 Jun 2022

The Shipping Law Review: Denmark

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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 21 Apr 2022

State Aid in Denmark

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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 14 Apr 2022

Competition Council rules Peugeot dealer association infringed competition law

The Danish Competition Council (DCC) recently published a decision on a case in which the association of Peugeot car dealers, Peugeot Forhandler Foreningen, had collectively boycotted bilbasen.dk, a digital market platform that advertises cars. In its judgment, the DCC stated that the boycott constituted an infringement of section 6 of the Danish Competition Act and article 101(1) of the......
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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 10 Mar 2022

Danish Competition and Consumer Authority's guidance on privilege against self-incrimination in competition proceedings

The Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (DCCA) recently published a guidance paper on the privilege against self-incrimination in competition proceedings. The guidance paper comes in the wake of recent legislative amendments to the Danish Act on Competition as part of the implementation of EU Directive 2019/1/EU. The DCCA's guidance paper provides welcome guidance on its interpretation......
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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 23 Feb 2022

The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review: Denmark

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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 17 Feb 2022

The Dispute Resolution Review: Denmark

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Gorrissen Federspiel | Denmark | 11 Feb 2022

Structured Finance & Securitisation in Denmark

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