Topic: Collective actions

Hong Kong accepts behavioural commitments to remedy port alliance concerns

An alliance of four port terminal operators at Hong Kong’s main container shipping facility must commit to maintaining prices and quality for certain services, the territory’s competition watchdog has decided.

12 August 2020

SCOTUS to revisit antitrust case over arbitration dispute

The Supreme Court has agreed for a second time to review questions of arbitrability related to a lawsuit accusing a group of dental suppliers of participating in an anticompetitive boycott.

16 June 2020

Excessive pricing cases should be decided cautiously, Israel's AG says

Israel’s attorney general has urged the country’s top court to exercise caution and restraint when deciding an upcoming excessive-pricing claim against Coca Cola, setting out a two-part test for deciding if that type of conduct breaches competition law.

15 June 2020

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