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Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
As of 1 January 2021, Bulgaria's Commission for the Protection of Competition (the "CPC") will be available for pre-notification discussions.
European Union
Bird & Bird
In the midst of a global pandemic, with so many changes in all aspects of our lives, 2021 promises to become another important year in in the development of competition law.
Mayer Brown
Once approved, the new regulations are likely to be relevant not only to platforms based in Europe but also global platforms offering services to EU and / or UK customers.
Bird & Bird
The restrictions and possibilities under competition law for undertakings to exchange information and cooperate on innovation can be expected to receive a lot of interest from regulators in 2021...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
In a highly anticipated move pre-Christmas, the European Commission produced two proposals for regulating digital services in the EU...
Bristows
The VABE came into force in 2010 and is due to expire on 31 May 2022.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The Digital Markets Act proposal (DMA) is a collection of complex obligations imposed on certain digital service providers.
Ireland
Philip Lee
As a staunch Trump ally, former Attorney General Bill Barr will be remembered for a lot of things.
Malta
Ganado Advocates
In 2013 the Transparency Directive was amended to include, inter alia, a requirement for issuers (whose securities are listed on the Official List of the Malta Stock Exchange or on any other EU
GVZH Advocates
On the 8th of December 2020, the Competition and Markets Authority (‘CMA') of the United Kingdom (‘UK') issued advice to the British Government on the design and implementation of the UK's
Turkey
CETINKAYA
In 2018, 208 mergers and acquisition transactions ("M&A") were notified to the Turkish Competition Authority ("TCA") although 21 of them were not subject to notification for various reasons.
Gen Temizer Ozer / Kinstellar
January 2021 – The Turkish Competition Board ("the Board") announced on its website on 11 January that it has launched an ex-officio investigation into the privacy practices...
CETINKAYA
Competition and antitrust authorities in different jurisdictions share a common desire for companies to comply with competition rules, and have similar expectations to ensure compliance...
ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law
On November 18, 2020, the General Court of the European Union ("General Court") upheld the European Commission's ("Commission") decision, in which Letuvos geležnkela AB ("Lithuanian Railway") ("LG") was found to have abused its dominant position in the Lithuanian rail freight market by removing a section of a railway track used by its competitors.
Gen Temizer Ozer / Kinstellar
December 2020 – The case in question dates back to 2017. In its decision dated 25 October 2017, the Turkish Competition Board (the "Board") ruled against the company Mey İcki San.
Kinstellar
The decision of the court has triggered many discussions in terms of competition law in Turkey, especially on the application of the principle of non bis in idem in competition law in Turkey.
UK
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Has your company dealt with VP Plc or M.G.F (Trench Construction Systems) Limited at any time between 2011 and 2016?
Walker Morris
The purchaser of a business will often want to ensure that any goodwill associated with the business is protected.
Bristows
Most favoured nation clauses (MFNs) are once again in the competition law spotlight.
Bristows
In August 2020, the Supreme Court handed down its ruling in Peninsula Securities Ltd v Dunnes Stores (Bangor) Ltd. This judgment is important in its own right, taking a new approach to common...
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