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At the end of the day

At the end of the day

By | 18 Sep 2015

Being the target of a raid by regulatory authorities in the EU, and particularly the EU's antitrust authorities, is a traumatic experience.

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Not criminal

Not criminal

By | 26 Jun 2015

We wrote a few weeks back about the criminal trial of three executives accused of fixing prices for water storage tanks that has been taking place in London.

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"You must use this law firm; its lawyers are the best ever!"

"You must use this law firm; its lawyers are the best ever!"

By | 19 Jun 2015

Following a call for information, the UK's Competition and Markets Authority has now opened an investigation into a number of companies in connection with online reviews and endorsements.

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Criminal

Criminal

By | 05 Jun 2015

The criminal trial of three executives accused of fixing prices for water storage tanks has been taking place this week in London.

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FIFA and Selling Online

FIFA and Selling Online

By | 29 May 2015

Would an agreement amongst FIFA sponsors to terminate their sponsorship agreements be caught by the EU's antitrust rules and potentially be an unlawful collective boycott?

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A cartel settlement boost for the Commission

A cartel settlement boost for the Commission

By | 22 May 2015

Earlier this week, the European General Court published an important judgment in relation to cartelists who enter into settlement with the European Commission.

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Doctor, doctor!

Doctor, doctor!

By | 01 May 2015

The UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal this week upheld a ruling that specialist doctors (consultants) must publish more information about their performance and their fees.

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Two things

Two things

By | 17 Apr 2015

The Google antitrust investigations in the EU have featured heavily in the news this week.

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