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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 20 Oct 2021

Facebook hit with record penalty for “major breach” of hold-separate order

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has fined Facebook £50.5 million for “deliberately” failing to provide the agency with information related to its £400 million acquisition of Giphy.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 19 Oct 2021

CAT certifies third-ever UK competition class action

The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has certified its third-ever class action, authorising Justin Gutmann to lead a £93 million standalone abuse of dominance claim against two UK train operators for allegedly overcharging passengers for travelcard train tickets.
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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 15 Oct 2021

Competition Appeal Tribunal certifies class action against Mastercard

In December last year, we commented on the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in MasterCard Incorporated and others vs. Walter Hugh Merricks CBE, in…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom, etc. | 6 Oct 2021

CAT orders Google class action claim to proceed in the UK

The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has ruled that a class action claim against Google can proceed in the UK and will include the technology company’s businesses in the US and Ireland.
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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 5 Oct 2021

BT faces £600 million competition damages action as court rejects strike-out application and certifies class claim

The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) has allowed a claim on behalf of over two million customers against BT Group for alleged abuse of…
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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe, United Kingdom | 27 Sep 2021

UK tribunal certifies first excessive pricing class action

The UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal has certified its second-ever class action, allowing a claim to proceed that seeks €469 million in damages from BT for allegedly overcharging 2.3 million landline service customers.
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Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Sep 2021

UK Class Actions Update: Merricks Secures Uncontested CPO, But the Competition Appeal Tribunal Shows It Retains Significant Teeth to Narrow Claims

After protracted challenges to class certification status, in Merricks v Mastercard1 the U.K. Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) granted its first…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands, United Kingdom | 10 Sep 2021

EU outlines upcoming sustainability guidance

The European Commission has confirmed it will consider environmental benefits as efficiencies when assessing if cooperation agreements can be exempted from competition rules, although some experts believe the enforcer is wrong to limit that analysis to the specific affected market.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 8 Sep 2021

Gown supplier must respond to fraudulent misrepresentation allegations, UK tribunal says

The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has ordered an academic dress supplier seeking antitrust damages from a rival corporate group to respond to allegations that its standalone claim cannot proceed because it fraudulently misled customers about its own gowns.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, European Union, etc. | 8 Sep 2021

Digital dominance: how regulators are safeguarding consumers in the app economy

Apple and Google take up to 30% commission for in-app purchases, but competition regulators are forcing them to open up app marketplaces to protect consumers.
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