Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 26 Feb 2021
A look at the landmark case in the UK on the gig economy (Uber) and what this means for businesses, mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace and updated guidance for employers.
PRO Compliance | Australia | 23 Feb 2021
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.
Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom | 19 Feb 2021
How in-house counsel and compliance teams should adapt to the post-Brexit regime, including sharing clinical trial data and adjusting to divergence on competition enforcement.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 18 Feb 2021
A roundup of tips and regulator advice on how to prevent and manage a ransomware attack, including regularly backing-up data and leveraging cyber insurance.
PRO Compliance | European Union, France | 1 Feb 2021
France's Competition Authority has unconditionally cleared a deal between two "green" electricity suppliers, concluding that high market shares are not indicative of market power in an emerging sector.
PRO Compliance | China, Global | 21 Jan 2021
The Chinese government has implemented new measures for reviewing foreign investments, which clarify how non-competition factors such as national security and industrial policy will be assessed by government agencies.
PRO Compliance | USA | 18 Jan 2021
US bank Capital One was repeatedly warned about a customer with links to an organised crime family in the New York-New Jersey area but failed to react appropriately, the financial crime enforcement arm of the US Treasury has said.
PRO Compliance | Australia, USA | 15 Jan 2021
Google has closed its US$2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit despite ongoing antitrust reviews in Australia and the US.
PRO Compliance | Asia-Pacific, Singapore | 15 Jan 2021
As the debate on defining relevant markets in the digital economy continues – especially vis-à-vis traditional incumbents – Singapore’s competition agency and specialist appellate body have taken a narrow approach in the transportation sector.
PRO Compliance | United Kingdom | 12 Jan 2021
The UK’s antitrust watchdog has ordered two of the country’s biggest motor part suppliers to unwind their already completed tie-up after internal documents revealed that the deal was motivated by a desire to remove competition from the market.