Work Area: Private Antitrust Litigation

ECJ asked to decide on legality of 29 year old Adidas deal

A French court has asked the European Court of Justice to determine if Crédit Lyonnais violated EU competition rules when it bought Adidas in 1992, as part of a decades-long dispute that could entitle the company’s former owner to €58 billion in compensation.

19 May 2021

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

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