Magazines

August / September 1999

The regulators' view from Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic - Arved Deringer on competition in Ukraine - Barry Hawk gets religion

Women in Competition
  1. When global means better - for everyone
  2. BA/ AA alliance abandoned?
  3. BA to appeal against EU fine
  4. Commission officials raid Coke offices
  5. Commission officials raid Interbrew's offices
  6. EU clashes with Portugal over bank merger
  7. EU clashes with France over oil
  8. EU clashes with the Netherlands over petrol station aid
  9. EU to investigate Deutsche Post
  10. EU fines Sanofi-Synthelabo for providing incorrect information
  11. English soccer broadcast deals approved
  12. FCC to intervene in access case
  13. DoJ sues Schlumberger, Smith International over joint venture
  14. Global antitrust practice: Clifford Chance/ Rogers & Wells/ Punder Volhard + Malleson?
  15. Former Rogers & Wells head of antitrust joins King & Spalding
  16. Baer to leave FTC
  17. De Pardieu gains new name partner
  18. Moquet builds continental alliance
  19. Fleischman & Walsh gains Senate antitrust expert
  20. New antitrust practice for Swidler Berlin
  21. New Brussels competition head for Hogan & Hartson
  22. New partner at Denton Hall
  23. Dibb Lupton Alsop adds brewing specialist
  24. Valio general counsel moves to private practice
  25. Salans lawyer moves to Alstom
  26. New VP at Charles River Associates
  27. CORRECTION
  28. TotalFina/ Elf
  29. WalMart/ Asda
  30. Undersea cable investigation
  31. Antarctica/ Brahma
  32. Coca-Cola/ Cadbury Schweppes deal scaled back
  33. Volvo admits to pricefixing
  34. Bristol Technology/ Microsoft
  35. Israeli credit card probe
  36. PowerGen sells plants to Edison Mission
  37. Rhodia/ Albright & Wilson
  38. AirLiquide/ AirProducts/ BOC
  39. Stagecoach/ Coach USA
  40. New Holland/ Case
  41. Vivendi/ Pathe
  42. Celltech/ Chiroscience
  43. Borg-Warner Automotive/ Kuhlman
  44. Coca-Cola/ Orangina: Correction and update
  45. Book review: The Competition Act 1998: A Practical Guide
  46. Dirk Edens, TNT Postgroup NV
  47. Christian Courtois, La Poste
  48. White Paper
  49. The GCR interviews: Competition in the east
  50. Framing a new competition law for Slovenia
  51. Teething troubles for competition policy in Ukraine
  52. EU goes east - and west
  53. Opinion divided on Commission’s ‘sea change
  54. Riders on the merger storm
  55. Women in competition
  56. Argentina: New antitrust and pre-merger control regulations
  57. Australia: New offence of ‘price exploitation’ under Trade Practices Act
  58. Belgium: Electricity market opening
  59. Canada: First Canadian antitrust class action certification
  60. Czech Republic: Proposed amendments to Competition Act
  61. Denmark: Natural gas contracts with power plants
  62. EU: Reform of vertical restraints under way
  63. France: Conseil’s 1998 annual report reveals record number of cases
  64. Germany: 1997/98 Federal Cartel Office report on competition
  65. Ireland: Electricity liberalisation begins
  66. Italy: Regulation on dominant positions highlights risk of duplication
  67. Netherlands: End in sight for Dutch book cartel
  68. New Zealand: Commerce Act amendments threaten franchise agreements
  69. Poland: Antimonopoly Court takes a liberal approach to relevant market definition
  70. Spain: Amendments to Spanish competition law too cautious
  71. Sweden: New de minimis notice from the Competition Authority
  72. Switzerland: ‘Essential facilities’ doctrine lurks in Swiss Antitrust Law
  73. United Kingdom: Competition Commission and OFT consult on transparency
  74. United States: Supreme Court’s opinion in horizontal restraints case muddies the waters
  75. Franchising: Federal Trade Commission Act may not apply extraterritorially

August / September 1999