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Lexology PRO | European Union | 18 Jan 2024

AG Medina backs General Court's Intel ruling

The European Commission incorrectly applied the as-efficient competitor test and failed to demonstrate foreclosure effects when it fined Intel €1.06 billion, an advocate general at the European Court of Justice has said.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Germany, etc. | 28 Nov 2023

EU hits Amazon/iRobot with chargesheet

Amazon’s €1.7 billion acquisition of iRobot could incentivise the company to apply various foreclosure strategies, the European Commission has said.
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Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP | USA | 15 Nov 2023

Outlier or Trend? A Possible Narrowing of the Border Search Exception for Electronic Devices

As we wrote in a note back in December 2020, the border search exception to the Fourth Amendment is a powerful investigative tool relied on by law…
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Lexology PRO | Canada, China, European Union, etc. | 2 Oct 2023

Canadian court certifies Qualcomm class action

Qualcomm has failed in its bid to stop certification of a Canadian standalone class action claim alleging it charged “supracompetitive prices” to phone makers.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands | 12 Sep 2023

Netherlands issues second-ever vertical restraints fine

LG has vowed to fight an €8 million fine levied by the Dutch competition authority for issuing unlawful price recommendations to retailers.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany, Italy, etc. | 18 Jul 2023

Spain fines Apple and Amazon €194 million for marketplace restrictions

Apple has been hit with what appears to be the Spanish competition authority’s largest-ever individual fine for allegedly agreeing with Amazon to remove third-party resellers from the latter’s online marketplace.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 3 Jan 2023

Google seeks to dismiss Texas AG biometric lawsuit

Google has argued that a Texas attorney general lawsuit contains an incorrect and overly burdensome interpretation of the state's biometric data statute.
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Lexology PRO | Singapore | 12 Dec 2022

Razer wins US$6.5 million in data breach damages from Capgemini

Singapore’s High Court has ordered Capgemini to compensate Razer for damages it incurred – including investigation fees paid to Norton Rose Fulbright – following the IT vendor’s role in a leak of customer information.
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Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP | USA | 14 Apr 2022

Smart Devices: Convenient, Helpful, Fun, and oh yeah, Potentially Breaching Confidentiality

Whether you are an attorney advising clients, a medical professional treating patients via telemedicine, or anyone else working remotely, your second…
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Crowell & Moring LLP | Philippines, USA | 12 Apr 2022

Customs Ruling of the Week - Country of Origin of a Locating and Tracking Device

In ruling NY N324862 (March 31, 2022), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) discussed the country of origin of , known as the Sense Asset+ device. The…
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