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Global Competition Review | European Union | 24 Jun 2022

European Union: Updated rules on vertical agreements

This article provides key takeaways from the European Commission’s recent review of its Vertical Block Exemption Regulation including Vertical…
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Global Competition Review | European Union, United Kingdom | 24 Jun 2022

UK: latest moves on cartel enforcement action

This article provides an overview of cartel enforcement action in the United Kingdom during the period from March 2021 to March 2022, including…
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Van Bael & Bellis | Belgium, European Union | 20 Jun 2022

Opinion 1/20: Belgium’s request is inadmissible but CJEU still confirms its decision in Komstroy that intra-EU ECT arbitration is incompatible with EU law

On 16 June 2022, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) published Opinion 1/20, concluding that Belgium’s request for an opinion on the…
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Ganado Advocates | European Union | 16 Jun 2022

CJEU sheds light on what constitutes a ‘court or tribunal’ under Article 267 TFEU

In ‘CityRail a.s. Vs. Správa železnic’, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the ‘‘CJEU’’) held that the Czech Office for Access to Transport…
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Global Competition Review | Germany | 16 Jun 2022

Germany: cartels, the dynamics of settlements and the (risky) court battle

The German Federal Cartel Office (FCO) continues to be an active, sophisticated and efficient enforcement authority. Most cartel cases in Germany are…
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MLL Meyerlustenberger Lachenal Froriep Ltd | Switzerland | 13 Jun 2022

1892 Convention between Switzerland and Germany concerning mutual patent, design and trademark protection terminated – so what?

The Convention between Switzerland and Germany concerning mutual patent, design and trademark protection of 13 April 1892 was one of the oldest international bilateral conventions that still played a role in practice. Its termination means that the use of a trademark in Germany no longer has any effect on trademark rights in Switzerland and vice versa. This means that for a trademark to be......
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Rokas Law Firm | Greece | 30 May 2022

Incentives to attract energy investments in new Greek development law

Earlier this year, Law 4887/2022 was published in the Official Journal, containing incentives aimed at promoting a digital and green transition, and innovation. The incentives are also aimed at supporting less-favoured regions, as well as regions that are affected by the delignification process. An additional aim is to accelerate the process of integrating investment projects into the......
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | European Union | 17 May 2022

New EU competition rules for vertical agreements enter into force on 1 June 2022

Following a comprehensive review and consultation process, the new revised EU vertical agreements block exemption Regulation (VBER) and Guidelines…
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Bird & Bird LLP | European Union | 16 Mar 2022

From abuse of dominance to abuse of rights: the last resort tool to apply Article 102 TFEU?

Among the distinguishing features of EU competition law certainly figures the fact that, contrary to US antitrust law, monopolies and dominant…
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | European Union | 10 Feb 2022

EU General Court annuls €1.06 billion Intel antitrust penalty and orders European Commission to repay fine and accrued interest

Recently, the General Court of the European Union (GC) annulled the European Commission's (EC's) €1.06 billion fine against Intel, which had been issued in May 2009 for the company's alleged abuse of its dominant position. The GC called for a rigorous analysis of the impact of rebates and annuls on the EC's Intel decision. The EC must now repay the 2009 fine and the accrued interest. This......
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