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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.
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PRO Compliance | China, European Union, Global, etc. | 19 Feb 2021

EU slaps rare new measures on Novelis/Aleris

The European Commission has imposed new final commitments on Novelis relating to its €2.3 billion acquisition of rival Aleris in 2019, after the company invalidated the enforcer’s initial clearance decision by missing divestiture deadlines.
Article

VILGERTS | European Union, France, Sweden | 18 Feb 2021

State aid granted for airlines affected by the coronavirus pandemic declared compatible by the EU’s General Court

Yesterday, the EU’s General Court (“GC”) rejected two appeals brought by budget airline Ryanair, against the respective French and Swedish coronavirus…
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PRO Compliance | European Union | 21 Jan 2021

EU enforcer made to pay compound interest on annulled cartel fines

The European Court of Justice has clarified what default interest the European Commission has to pay when refunding cartel fines annulled by the EU courts.
Article

Hogan Lovells | European Union | 23 Dec 2020

Musketiere in Dawn Raids

Kartellermittlungsverfahren der Europäischen Kommission beginnen in der Regel mit Durchsuchungen („Dawn Raids“) und/oder Auskunftsverlangen („Requests…
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PRO Compliance | European Union, United Kingdom | 9 Dec 2020

ECJ annuls EU Paramount commitment decision

The European Court of Justice has annulled a decision by the European Commission accepting a commitment from Paramount to stop enforcing geo-blocking restrictions with broadcasters.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, Lithuania | 18 Nov 2020

General Court reduces first EU antitrust fine for removing public infrastructure

The EU General Court has confirmed that Lithuanian Railways abused its dominance by unnecessarily removing a section of track from its network, but counsel to the company said the decision is an “unjustified departure” from established essential facility doctrine.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, United Kingdom | 3 Nov 2020

Former ECJ judge says UK and EU courts may diverge after Brexit

A former judge at the European Court of Justice has warned that the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union could cause both jurisdictions to diverge on abuse of dominance enforcement and lead to conflicting appellate court rulings.
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PRO Compliance | European Union | 29 Oct 2020

EU court orders virtual data room in Facebook probes

The EU General Court has set restrictions on the information that the European Commission can access as it investigates Facebook’s online marketplace and data practices in two separate probes.
Article

Novagraaf | European Union | 19 Oct 2020

Marques 3D : précisions sur leur protection

Marques 3D : précisions sur leur protection à la lumière de l’intérêt général de l’interdiction de la protection des formes exclusivement techniques…
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