15 June 2018
Demark’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has upheld a decision finding two media companies violated competition law when one agreed not to contact the other’s customers.
13 June 2018
The board of Mexico’s competition watchdog last week voted against the implementation of guidelines that would have clarified the legality of competitor collaboration, local lawyers have said.
07 June 2018
The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has overturned a €101.5 million fine on Pfizer and Flynn Pharma for excessively pricing an epilepsy drug.
05 June 2018
The UK’s gas and electricity regulator is investigating two energy companies and a consultancy firm for allegedly colluding to allocate customers.
29 May 2018
Brazil’s competition authority is set to investigate several truck driver unions over an eight-day strike that the enforcer says may have caused anticompetitive harm, in what appears to be an unprecedented probe.
22 May 2018
The UK parliament has called on the country’s competition enforcer to consider breaking up the world’s Big Four auditing firms after the collapse of Carillion.
18 April 2018
Denmark’s competition appeal tribunal has upheld a decision finding campsites illegally restricted competition by requiring all campers to obtain a camping card, which the sites agreed to sell at a fixed price.
10 April 2018
Hong Kong’s competition authority has published advice clarifying that wage-fixing and no-poaching agreements raise potential competition concerns.
22 March 2018
Mexico’s competition authority has fined five condom and catheter suppliers 112 million pesos (€4.91 million) for rigging bids in Mexico’s public health sector as part of its four-year investigation into the latex industry.
13 March 2018
The Paroxetine judgment in the UK highlights a slew of questions that the EU courts have yet to resolve about patent settlements, and takes issue with the UK competition enforcer’s reasoning on market definitions. Tom Webb scrutinises the ruling