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PRO Compliance | European Union, Ireland | 24 Nov 2020

Skyscanner on the hook for Ryanair data scraping injunction costs

An Irish judge has ordered Skyscanner to bear some of its own costs despite winning a preliminary dispute about its allegedly illegal collection of Ryanair’s data, ruling that the travel agency was “non-forthcoming” about how it had obtained the data.
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PRO Compliance | European Union | 6 Jul 2020

EU’s proposed market investigations tool attracts hesitant support

Several major platforms, trade groups and governments have cautioned the European Commission not to adopt new market investigation powers without first properly assessing the need for such a wide-ranging and influential tool.
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PRO Compliance | Ireland, Romania | 30 Jun 2020

Scraper fights back against Ryanair lawsuit

An Irish court is set to hear allegations that Ryanair’s attempt to block a Romanian company from scraping its data constitutes an abuse of the airline’s dominant position.

McCann FitzGerald | Ireland | 4 Jun 2020

Whether Qualified Privilege Applies is a Question of Law to be Determined by the Trial Judge in Defamation Proceedings

The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Ryanair seeking a retrial of defamation proceedings which turned on the issues of qualified privilege…

HERDEM Attorneys at Law | European Union | 8 May 2020

Court of Justice of the European Union’s Recent Ruling on Price Offers of Airline Companies: Ryanair Case

Court of Justice of the European Union ("the Court" or "the CJEU") published a press release numbered 49/20 regarding the judgment in case Ryanair…

Quadrant Chambers | European Union, United Kingdom | 6 Feb 2019

Is Mediation Flying High in UK Aviation?

Mediation of disputes in aviation litigation has recently come to prominence as a result of the withdrawal of Ryanair from mediation arrangements set…

Studio Pierallini | Italy | 16 Jan 2019

Italian antitrust procedure in respect of airlines' new hand baggage policy

The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) recently ordered Irish carrier Ryanair and Hungarian carrier Wizz Air to suspend the implementation of a new hand baggage policy that would have charged passengers extra for bringing a standard-sized trolley on board flights. Both airlines successfully challenged the AGCM's decision before the Lazio Regional Administrative Court, which suspended the......

Bird & Bird LLP | European Union, France | 15 Jan 2019

Would the delays caused by the impoundment of an aircraft due to the airline's failure to pay an outstanding debt to local authorities amount to an "extraordinary circumstance" under EC 261/2004?

On 8 November 2018 the press reported that Ryanair was required to pay approximately €525,000, according to regional airport officials, to secure the…

Odi-se Avocats | European Union, France | 12 Dec 2018

Ryanair aircraft arrested in France

While developing its French network, Ryanair received support from various regional airports, including the Mixed Syndicate of Charente Airports (SMAC). The European Commission ultimately found this financial support to be illegal and, as a result, Ryanair had to repay the illicit subsidy to the SMAC. When Ryanair failed to make the payment in full, the SMAC requested the Bordeaux court to......

De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani Studio Legale | European Union | 27 Nov 2018

La Commissione europea invita le parti interessate a presentare osservazioni in relazione ai presunti aiuti di Stato in favore di Ryanair

Con una lettera datata 4 luglio 2018, la Commissione europea ha comunicato alla Francia la decisione di avviare un procedimento ex articolo 108…
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