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Ropes & Gray LLP | Bulgaria, European Union, USA | 20 Feb 2024

The Commission’s Bulgarian gas decision explodes

In October 2023, the General Court of the European Union (GC) entirely annulled the European Commission’s (Commission) 2018 decision to fine…
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 18 Jan 2024

AG Medina backs General Court's Intel ruling

The European Commission incorrectly applied the as-efficient competitor test and failed to demonstrate foreclosure effects when it fined Intel €1.06 billion, an advocate general at the European Court of Justice has said.
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Lexology PRO | Ireland, United Kingdom, USA | 8 Jan 2024

Copyright concerns, again: AI newsletter 8 January 2024

The new year break may have provided a brief break to take stock of developments, but 2024 looks set to be no less hectic a year for AI than the last twelve months. OpenAI has set up a long-expected shop in Ireland and made a renewed defence of its use of copyrighted materials to the UK House of Lords, while despite a dampened market multi-million dollar funding continues to flow to new......
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Belarus, China, etc. | 15 Aug 2023

The cost of innovation: the impact of advanced tech trade restrictions on AI companies

AI companies expect tougher export controls, higher chip costs, and scrutiny on supply chain relationships in the short term as the US/China trade war and Russian sanctions impact the advanced tech trade globally.
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Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP | USA | 21 Mar 2023

Federal Circuit Patent Watch: Motivation to combine in IPRs, ambiguous non-infringement stipulations, and more

Prost, J. Reversed and remanded in favor of petitioner Intel because the Board’s Final Written Decision against petitioner lacked substantial…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 5 Dec 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (1 – 5 Dec)

US Congress forces rail unions to accept union agreement to avoid strike, New Zealand strengthens collective bargaining rights, and the UK supports plans to make flexible working the default – plus other key updates.
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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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