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.
The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has overturned a €101.5 million fine on Pfizer and Flynn Pharma for excessively pricing an epilepsy drug.
The UK’s gas and electricity regulator is investigating two energy companies and a consultancy firm for allegedly colluding to allocate customers.
The head of California’s Department of Insurance has questioned executives from CVS Health and Aetna on the potential for their proposed merger to lead to discriminatory behaviour, and suggested that the claimed efficiencies could instead be achieved through a contract.
A federal judge has refused to allow the former chief executive of Bumble Bee Foods to attend his nephew’s wedding, following his indictment for allegedly conspiring to fix prices of packaged seafood.
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
Etienne Pfister, chief economist at France’s Competition Authority, said more empirical evidence is needed to determine whether and how the use of online pricing algorithms could potentially violate competition law, and warned regulation and oversight of such pricing programs will be costly. Janith Aranze at GCR Live 6th Annual Telecoms, Media & Technology in Brussels
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