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Singapore’s competition watchdog plans to adopt new penalty guidelines, bringing its current sanctions regime in line with those of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Competition.
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The European Court of Justice’s landmark decision on injunctive relief for standard-essential patent infringement drew a mix of compliments and criticism from Judge Douglas Ginsburg and Judge Carsten Zulch today. Pallavi Guniganti at GCR Live IP & Antitrust in Brussels
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The UK government is consulting on a series of proposals that could quicken the pace of the Competition and Markets Authority’s Phase II investigations and change the composition of its decision-making panel.
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Competition authorities’ efforts to adopt similar rules can be hamstrung by differing economic realities, a senior official from Japan’s Fair Trade Commission said today. Pallavi Guniganti at GCR Live in Seoul
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The year-old patent policy set by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has had anticompetitive effects, a former Federal Trade Commission intellectual property counsel said yesterday. Charles McConnell at GCR Live: IP & Antitrust
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Singapore’s competition watchdog has fined financial advisory consultancies after they forced a rival to stop offering discount rebates on competing life insurance products, handing down its first infringement decision in a year.
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A pensioners’ association has begun the UK’s first ever opt-out class action, seeking compensation from a mobility scooter manufacturer that breached the country’s competition rules – a case practitioners say will be closely watched by London’s antitrust bar.
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer China antitrust co-head Ninette Dodoo today argued that in the Asian context, information exchange should be distinguished from anti-competitive activities. Sonya Lalli at GCR Live in Singapore
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Italy’s Antitrust Authority was wrong to conclude that MasterCard infringed competition law by setting minimum interchange fees and concluding vertical licensing agreements with banks approving those fees, Italy’s top administrative court has ruled.
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Europe’s competition watchdog today announced a market test of commitments proposed by liner shipping companies, marking a possible end to the enforcer’s controversial price signalling investigation within the next few months.