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Lexology PRO | European Union | 21 Jun 2022

Intel claims EU owes €593 million over annulled antitrust fine

Intel is seeking €593 million in default interest from the European Commission after its €1 billion antitrust fine was overturned by the General Court in January 2022.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 8 Apr 2022

Intel saga continues as EU challenges overturning of €1 billion fine

The European Commission is appealing against the annulment of its landmark €1 billion abuse of dominance fine against Intel over a decade ago, following criticism from the General Court that it failed to prove the chipmaker’s conditional rebates harmed competition.
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | European Union | 10 Feb 2022

EU General Court annuls €1.06 billion Intel antitrust penalty and orders European Commission to repay fine and accrued interest

Recently, the General Court of the European Union (GC) annulled the European Commission's (EC's) €1.06 billion fine against Intel, which had been issued in May 2009 for the company's alleged abuse of its dominant position. The GC called for a rigorous analysis of the impact of rebates and annuls on the EC's Intel decision. The EC must now repay the 2009 fine and the accrued interest. This......
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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Germany, etc. | 9 Feb 2022

Competition and antitrust: key compliance updates (27 Jan– 9 Feb)

Canada reviews its competition regime to reflect the digital economy, Ireland publishes its competition amendments bill, and the UK CMA fines Meta £1.5 million for merger disclosure failures - plus other key updates
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 26 Jan 2022

Intel wins EU appeal against €1 billion rebate fine

The EU’s General Court has annulled the European Commission’s €1.06 billion fine to Intel because the enforcer failed to prove the chipmaker’s conditional rebates were likely to have anticompetitive effects.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 21 Apr 2021

Ofcom and Royal Mail clash over interpretation of Intel ruling

The UK’s communications regulator has argued that it correctly considered the as-efficient competitor test in its decision to fine the country’s incumbent postal operator £50 million for abuse of dominance and that its decision did not infringe principles laid out in the European Court of Justice’s Intel ruling.
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PRO Compliance | 22 Jun 2020

Intel and Apple patent aggregator suit lacks specificity, judge says

A California federal judge appears inclined to dismiss Intel and Apple’s lawsuit accusing an investment firm of violating federal antitrust law through its aggregation of a massive portfolio of patents for high-tech consumer products.
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Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jun 2018

Corporate Crime & Investigations Update - 8 June 2018

Former FBI lawyer Lisa Osofsky has been confirmed as the new Director of the UK's Serious Fraud Office. Ms Osofsky will join the SFO from global firm…
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Taylor Wessing | Germany | 4 Jun 2018

Investments and Acquisitions in the Autotech and Mobility Sectors

The automotive and mobility sectors are undergoing rapid changes: Digital transformation (including AI) is not only affecting the actual vehicle (e.g…
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Shearman & Sterling LLP | European Union | 25 Apr 2018

The Intel Ruling: A New Dawn?

In perhaps the most hotly anticipated judgment in the European competition law world this year, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)…
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