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Bußgeld gegen Einkaufsgemeinschaft ZEG wegen Preisbindung

Bußgeld gegen Einkaufsgemeinschaft ZEG wegen Preisbindung

By | 01 Feb 2019

Das Bundeskartellamt (BKartA) verhängt Bußgeld von insg. rund € 13,4 Mio. gegen den Fahrradgroßhändler ZEG Zweirad-Einkaufs-Genossenschaft eG (ZEG), Köln, und deren Verantwortliche.

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Junior market detractors should AIM criticisms elsewhere

Junior market detractors should AIM criticisms elsewhere

By and | 14 Jan 2019

Fieldfisher responds to article in the Sunday Times regarding the number of AIM-listed company insolvencies in 2018.

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Approaching 100 days till Brexit: What are businesses worried about?

Approaching 100 days till Brexit: What are businesses worried about?

By and | 06 Dec 2018

With little more than a hundred days to go until the UK leaves the EU and with the prospect of a 'no-deal' Brexit closer than it ever has been, Fieldfisher spoke to business clients about their chief concerns and hopes for the future.

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Frank Industries v. Nike: IPEC takes modern approach to assessment of consumer perception

By | 22 Nov 2018

This article looks at the decision in Frank Industries Pty Ltd v Nike Retail BV ([2018] EWHC 1893 (Ch)) concerning a dispute over the claimant's LNDR trade marks for clothing.

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Dirty laundry: Do British businesses risk being tarnished by new EU anti-money laundering rules post-Brexit?

Dirty laundry: Do British businesses risk being tarnished by new EU anti-money laundering rules post-Brexit?

By and | 05 Oct 2018

Fieldfisher corporate crime partner Francesca Titus and corporate crime associate Elliott Kenton discuss how moves to tighten up EU AML legislation could side-line UK companies.

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Sales ban for luxury goods on Amazon.de is admissible

By | 25 Jul 2018

On 12 July 18 the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main (Germany) has issued its decision in the case 'Coty Germany GmbH v Parfümerie Akzente GmbH'. It has held that a supplier of luxury goods may prohibit its authorised distributors from selling through a third-party internet platform, such as Amazon.de, to protect the luxury image.

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