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Uncommitted

Uncommitted

By | 31 Oct 2014

In the UK, the investigation into unlawful restrictive agreements in the hotel online booking sector was closed by way of commitments offered by the parties.

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It's summer…

It's summer…

By | 25 Jul 2014

In the UK, the antitrust investigation was sparked by complaints from at least one online agent (Skoosh.com).

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Got got, need need! Competition for World Cup Stickers

Got got, need need! Competition for World Cup Stickers

By | 11 Jul 2014

One of life's guilty pleasures (for some …) involves collecting World Cup football stickers.

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Run, Competition Law, Run!

Run, Competition Law, Run!

By | 16 May 2014

Bundeskartellamt set out its preliminary view that the way sports footwear manufacturer Asics distributed its products to consumers restricted competition.

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When Is A Cheap Hotel Room, Not A Cheap Hotel Room?

When Is A Cheap Hotel Room, Not A Cheap Hotel Room?

By | 07 Feb 2014

When booking a hotel, most now look to the internet to find the cheapest room available.

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The glitz and glamour of competition law

The glitz and glamour of competition law

By | 17 Jan 2014

It is quite unusual for the worlds of competition law and Hollywood films to intersect.

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BT Go Sky High

BT Go Sky High

By | 15 Nov 2013

It was announced that British Telecom (BT) had won the exclusive rights to show 350 live Champions League (CL) and Europa League (EL) matches in the UK for three seasons from the 2015-16 season.

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State Aid & Football Clubs: Do they really need the money?

State Aid & Football Clubs: Do they really need the money?

By | 13 Sep 2013

With transfer window spending on the up accompanying multi million (and sometimes billion) pound TV deals, one would assume clubs are flush with money to spend.

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