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Johnson Winter & Slattery | Australia | 8 Sep 2021

Liquidator vindicated by the Federal Court in the Babcock & Brown liquidation

A hotly anticipated decision in the ongoing saga of the Babcock & Brown liquidation was handed down last week, resulting in another win for the…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 24 Jun 2021

Internet of Things: Key regulations and updates

How the regulatory landscape for IoT is developing to promote market fairness, data security and consumer protection in key jurisdictions around the world.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands | 3 Jun 2021

Legal monopoly does not equal dominance, Dutch tribunal rules

A Dutch appeals tribunal has confirmed the dismissal of the national competition authority’s highest-ever abuse of dominance fine because the enforcer failed to show that state-owned railway NS was actually dominant.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 25 May 2021

UK NCA: Bribery and corruption risk to rise

In a new report, the agency has warned that criminals are using encrypted messaging services to thwart its investigations, that fintech banks are popular among money launderers, and that the pandemic and Brexit may lead to increased corruption risks for UK companies.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany | 20 May 2021

Data access orders will require input from companies, German enforcer says

Germany’s Federal Cartel Office will work closely with businesses as and when it issues a decision ordering a company to grant access to its data under far-reaching new competition rules that came into force earlier this year, the head of its General Policy Division has said.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, South Africa | 17 May 2021

South Africa amends merger guidance to capture digital deals

The Competition Commission of South Africa plans to call in below-threshold deals in digital markets to tackle concerns about killer acquisitions, but local lawyers have criticised its “overly cautious” approach.
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Lexology PRO | Belgium, European Union, France | 7 May 2021

Belgian enforcer ends purchasing alliance probe with remedies

The Belgian Competition Authority has accepted Carrefour Belgium’s offer to divest its purchasing department to a separate legal entity to address the enforcer’s concerns about its joint purchasing alliance with Provera.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 6 May 2021

EU to update horizontal block exemption rules

The European Commission is considering how to revise its horizontal block exemption rules after concluding that they do not give proper guidance on agreements in digital markets or on sustainability collaborations.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 5 May 2021

EU proposes rules for foreign subsidies

The European Commission has announced plans to tackle foreign subsidies that may harm competition within the EU single market by introducing a new notification system for deals that are partly financed by non-EU governments.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 30 Apr 2021

EU charges Apple with App Store abuse

The European Commission has accused Apple of abusing its dominance in the App Store distribution market, nearly two years after Spotify filed a complaint with the agency.
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