Lexology PRO | European Union, Indonesia, Mexico, etc. | 6 Oct 2021
The UK is developing a digital markets competition regime, Samsung is fined €39 million for influencing online pricing, and a study of technology companies prompts reform of US merger reporting laws – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | South Korea | 14 Sep 2021
Korea’s antitrust watchdog has slapped a €150 million abuse of dominance fine on Google for preventing smartphone manufacturers from installing or developing competing mobile operating systems.
Lexology PRO | Belgium, European Union, India, etc. | 23 Jun 2021
The Competition Commission of India has ordered a full investigation into Google after making a preliminary finding that the company abused its dominance in the market for smart television operating systems.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 25 May 2021
Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has closed a five-year investigation into Google after finding no evidence that the US technology company abused its dominance.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Belgium, European Union, etc. | 18 May 2021
Samsung has argued that LG Display must pay £900,000 as part of a settlement decision the former reached with 41 English local authorities for alleged loss suffered from the EU liquid crystal display cartel.
PRO Compliance | European Union, Romania | 9 Apr 2021
Romania’s Competition Council has raided the local Samsung subsidiary alongside the country’s top electronics retailers as it probes potential resale price maintenance agreements.
PRO Compliance | Brazil, USA | 23 Feb 2021
Brazil announced the agreement 15 months after Samsung and the US Justice Department reached a DPA over the same underlying conduct.
Chadha & Chadha Intellectual Property Law Firm | India | 16 Oct 2020
In the current world, User Experience (UX) design is the bedrock part of software and website development compa…
Macpherson Kelley | Australia | 1 Sep 2020
A recent decision of the Australian Trade Marks Office has resulted in Samsung’s trade mark, Samsung QLED, proceed to registration despite it wholly…
PRO Compliance | European Union, United Kingdom | 26 Aug 2020
The UK’s highest court has confirmed that Unwired Planet did not abuse its dominance when it sought an injunction against Huawei’s use of its standard-essential patents.