Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 11 Mar 2023
This guide will assist in-house counsel, private practice lawyers and risk and compliance teams with the steps their organisation should take when faced with a dawn raid by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
Lexology | Canada, China, Cyprus, etc. | 3 Mar 2023
A look at the latest global developments in cartel enforcement and key issues to watch out for in 2023.
Lexology PRO | Austria | 24 Feb 2023
Austria’s antitrust enforcer has asked the country’s specialist competition court to fine a construction company €4.8 million for its role in the country’s largest-ever cartel.
Lexology PRO | Japan | 16 Dec 2022
One of Japan’s top advertising companies has reportedly admitted to its role in rigging bids to plan test events for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, while another has filed for leniency.
Lexology PRO | Greece, Spain | 14 Dec 2022
Spain’s competition enforcer has raided BP, Repsol and Cepsa over alleged anticompetitive conduct, while Greece’s Competition Commission has raided an unnamed business as part of its probe into a suspected toy cartel.
Lexology PRO | Belgium | 30 Nov 2022
The Belgian Competition Authority has raided DPG Media and a press distributor over suspicions that they colluded to rig a government tender for the nationwide delivery of newspapers and magazines.
Lexology PRO | European Union | 29 Nov 2022
The European Commission has fined five buyers of styrene monomer a combined €157 million after they admitted to colluding on purchase price negotiations and exchanging sensitive commercial information.
Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Nov 2022
This checklist will assist in-house counsel and risk and compliance teams with the steps that their organisation should take when dealing with an unannounced inspection or dawn raid.
Grau & Angulo | Spain | 14 Nov 2022
🕑 4 minutes Criminal Court No. 6 of Fuenlabrada recently issued an order confirming that the proceedings in an IP matter were legally compliant. One of the defendant companies had requested that they be declared null and void on the grounds of alleged irregularities during the police raid and at the beginning of the investigations. The company is unable to appeal the Court's ruling and......
Lexology PRO | Czech Republic | 11 Nov 2022
The Czech Republic’s Office for the Protection of Competition has fined an electronic appliances distributor for obstructing a dawn raid after a company executive refused to hand over his phone and another deleted content from his mobile and laptop.