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Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | Australia, European Union, Global, etc. | 2 Mar 2021

CMA provisionally approves Adevinta/eBay remedies

eBay and Adevinta have agreed to sell off their primary classified advertising businesses in the UK to gain approval from the country’s competition enforcer for their $9.2 billion tie-up.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | European Union | 26 Feb 2021

ECJ rules Slovak Telecom fines can still stand

Separate abuse of dominance fines imposed by Slovakia's competition enforcer and the European Commission on Slovak Telekom did not breach EU law, because they related to conduct in different markets, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | European Union, OECD, Portugal, etc. | 24 Feb 2021

Enforcers hone in on labour markets

The heads of antitrust authorities in the US, Portugal and Spain have said their agencies are keeping a close eye on competition issues in labour markets to help boost economies as they recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Analysis PRO

Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 24 Feb 2021

Competition and antitrust: Key compliance updates (8 – 24 Feb)

A look at the UK’s post-Brexit competition regime, the impact of algorithms on market integrity, and recent enforcement actions.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | European Union | 23 Feb 2021

Vestager questioned on essential facilities omission from DMA

Margrethe Vestager has defended the omission of any reference to essential facilities in the European Commission’s proposed Digital Markets Act, arguing that the agency has found a middle ground between that doctrine and competition law enforcement.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | Australia | 23 Feb 2021

Australian merger regime “skewed towards clearance”, Sims says

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is exploring potential reforms to the country’s merger rules, which currently place insufficient weight on competition risks, the chair of the agency has said.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | European Union, Global, United Kingdom, etc. | 22 Feb 2021

UK tribunal rejects Epic’s claim against Apple

Epic Games cannot sue Apple in the UK for removing its Fortnite game from the App Store, although it can bring a claim against Google for similar behaviour, the Competition Appeal Tribunal has ruled.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | Australia | 22 Feb 2021

Banks issued with formal criminal charges in ANZ cartel case

The criminal indictment lodged against ANZ, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and several of their employees for allegedly colluding to distribute A$789 million worth of ANZ shares to bank executives reportedly contains 44 separate charges.
Analysis Compliance

PRO Compliance | European Union, Ukraine | 19 Feb 2021

Ukraine's top court annuls cigarette collusion fine

Ukraine's Supreme Court has overturned the competition enforcer's decision to fine the country's largest tobacco distributor €101.5 million, ruling that the agency failed to prove that the company colluded with four cigarette makers to prevent rivals from entering the market.
Analysis PRO

Lexology PRO | Australia, China, Hong Kong, etc. | 19 Feb 2021

Asia-Pacific: Key compliance updates (12 Feb– 19 Feb)

A look at mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, protection of privacy during the pandemic and recent antitrust developments from the Asia-pacific region.
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