Topic: Refusal to supply

EU advocate general urges limited use of ‘refusal to access’ framework

The concept of an “implicit refusal to grant access” under EU abuse of dominance rules should be disregarded by competition authorities and courts, an advocate general at the EU Court of Justice has argued in an opinion on the Deutsche Telekom abuse of dominance case.

09 September 2020

Cigar maker challenges decision to throw out jury verdict

Unable to afford the litigation expenses of a second trial, cigar maker Trendsettah has said it intends to immediately appeal against a court’s decision to throw out a $44 million antitrust judgment in favour of the company.

19 August 2020

Ninth Circuit provides Qualcomm resounding reversal

The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has reversed a lower court’s finding that Qualcomm’s licensing practices violated federal antitrust law.

12 August 2020

Russia says it will order Apple to stop app store abuse

Russia’s competition watchdog has found that Apple abused its dominance by restricting rival developers of parental control applications and reserving the right to bar third-party apps from its App Store.

11 August 2020

Israel seeks first criminal penalties for merger commitment breach

Israel’s Antitrust Authority has filed criminal charges against a film distributor and a chief executive for refusing to supply a cinema with films from three major Hollywood film studios, in breach of a 2010 merger commitment.

10 August 2020

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