Topic: Price fixing

Samsung and LG fight over jurisdiction in LCD cartel settlement dispute

Samsung has argued that LG Display must pay £900,000 as part of a settlement decision the former reached with 41 English local authorities for alleged loss suffered from the EU liquid crystal display cartel.

18 May 2021

CAT rejects truck conspirator’s request to expand mitigation defence

The UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal has refused an application by DAF to argue that BT and Royal Mail mitigated any overcharge from the EU trucks cartel by negotiating lower prices with suppliers.

17 May 2021

The Asia-Pacific Round-up (14 May 2021)

Australia’s competition authority has launched a civil cartel case against a building management company for trying to rig a tender called by the country’s national art gallery. Meanwhile, WhatsApp has walked back a proposed mandatory update to its terms of service and privacy policy in India, two months after the country’s competition watchdog launched an abuse of dominance investigation into that policy.

14 May 2021

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