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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 1 Dec 2022

Broadcasters again fail to score in French football league saga

France’s Competition Authority has rejected complaints from Canal Plus and beIN Sports accusing the country’s professional football league of abusing its dominance over broadcasting rights, 17 months after dismissing similar allegations.
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Lexology PRO | France | 24 Nov 2022

French court rejects EDF request to intervene in complaint appeal

A French court has rejected EDF's request to intervene in an appeal challenging the national competition authority's dismissal of a complaint against the state-owned energy provider for allegedly abusing its dominance.
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Lexology PRO | Germany | 23 Nov 2022

Meta agrees to stop tying VR headsets with Facebook accounts

Germany’s Federal Cartel Office will continue investigating whether Meta has unlawfully tied its virtual reality products to its social media platform, despite the company deciding to no longer force its Meta Quest headset users to set up a Facebook account.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 23 Nov 2022

Pharma executives flouted compliance rules when striking supply agreement, CMA claims

An in-house lawyer at a drugmaker since bought out by Advanz Pharma allowed the company’s most senior staff to hold meetings without strictly abiding by certain compliance rules, counsel to the UK's Competition and Markets Authority has claimed.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 22 Nov 2022

CMA targets Apple and Google in cloud gaming and mobile browsers probe

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has opened a market investigation to assess the dominance of Google and Apple over mobile browsers and examine how the latter restricts cloud gaming through its App Store.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 17 Nov 2022

EU opens Phase II review into Booking/eTraveli

The European Commission has launched an in-depth probe into Booking’s €1.6 billion purchase of eTraveli after the former refused to offer remedies to fix the authority’s preliminary competition concerns.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 17 Nov 2022

How-to guide: Understanding the Competition Act 1998 prohibitions (UK)

This guide helps in-house lawyers and compliance professionals in organisations of all sizes and sectors in the UK to understand the scope and key elements of the UK Competition Act 1998 (CA 1998) prohibitions.
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Lexology PRO | Germany | 15 Nov 2022

Germany applies new powers to existing Amazon probes

Germany’s Federal Cartel Office has extended two of its existing investigations into Amazon under its new Section 19A powers after the enforcer designated the e-commerce giant as having “paramount significance for competition across markets” earlier this year.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Greece | 4 Nov 2022

Greece fines Coca-Cola-bottler €10 million for exclusivity agreements

Greece’s Competition Commission has fined a major bottler and seller of Coca-Cola products more than €10 million and forced it to open up refrigeration space to competitors after finding it illegally blocked rivals from entering the country’s soft drinks supply market.
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Lexology PRO | Austria, Brazil, Canada, etc. | 1 Nov 2022

Competition and antitrust tracker: updates from regulators (25 – 28 Oct)

The latest regulatory updates published by competition and antitrust authorities from around the world.
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