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Dishing the Data

Dishing the Data

By | 06 Dec 2013

As a company's IT infrastructure becomes ever more complex, cloud storage, data harvesting and reviewer pyramids are the new buzzwords of industries hooked on the need for megabytes.

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Just saying no

Just saying no

By | 22 Nov 2013

A supplier in a dominant position that refuses to continue to meet the ordinary orders of an existing customer risks falling foul of Article 102 TFEU.

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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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Appreciable effects

Appreciable effects

By | 08 Nov 2013

TFEU prohibits agreements and concerted practices which may affect cross-border trade and which have as their object or effect the prevention, restriction or distortion of competition.

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It's no big deal

It's no big deal

By | 07 Nov 2013

Under the UK's merger control rules, the OFT has jurisdiction to review "relevant merger situations".

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A Long Flight

A Long Flight

By | 31 Oct 2013

Ryanair's proposed acquisition of Aer Lingus was first announced on 5 October 2006.

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Call me on Tuesday

Call me on Tuesday

By | 23 Oct 2013

We have analysed a random sample of 15 EU cartel investigations to identify the day of the week on which the dawn raid that kick starts these sorts of investigations took place.

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Leniency: is it worth it?

Leniency: is it worth it?

By | 14 Oct 2013

Unlawful cartels almost always come to the attention of the authorities as a result of whistle-blowing.

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Comply or die (…or at least go to jail)

Comply or die (…or at least go to jail)

By | 04 Oct 2013

Details emerged this week of the activities and communications of some of the traders implicated in the global LIBOR investigations.

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