Advocate-General Henrik Øe has urged the European Court of Justice to rule in favour of a decision to fine Roche and Novartis for colluding to induce consumers to use a more expensive drug rather than a cheaper off-label alternative, and to confirm the Italian competition enforcer's finding of a by-object restriction of competition.
Steel producers Tata Steel and ThyssenKrupp plan to combine their European steel activities, in a deal that appears likely to receive antitrust scrutiny.
Malta's competition authority is requiring four insurance companies to alter their behaviour following suspicions of anticompetitive conduct, marking the first time the enforcer has issued interim measures since Malta revised its competition act in 2011.
Timothy McIver, Anne-Mette Heemsoth and Megan MacDonald at Debevoise & Plimpton in London explore the recent spike in excessive-pricing cases involving the pharmaceutical sector.
The European Commission's top antitrust official has said cartelists who are slowed in applying for leniency by concern about private follow-on actions are setting themselves up for even greater damages claims. Pallavi Guniganti in New York
Kate Pollock and Kenny Henderson are set to become the heads of plaintiff-side UK litigation firm Stewarts Law's competition team, following Jonathan Sinclair's decision to step back from casework.
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Paloma Alcántara and Fernando Carreño
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