Lexology PRO | European Union | 21 Jun 2022
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.
Lexology PRO | European Union | 8 Apr 2022
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.
Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | European Union | 10 Feb 2022
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......
Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Germany, etc. | 9 Feb 2022
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
Lexology PRO | European Union | 26 Jan 2022
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.
Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 21 Apr 2021
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.
PRO Compliance | 22 Jun 2020
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.
Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jun 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…
Taylor Wessing | Germany | 4 Jun 2018
The automotive and mobility sectors are undergoing rapid changes: Digital transformation (including AI) is not only affecting the actual vehicle (e.g…
Shearman & Sterling LLP | European Union | 25 Apr 2018
In perhaps the most hotly anticipated judgment in the European competition law world this year, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)…