Region: Denmark

Former enforcer returns to Plesner

Jacob Borum has joined Plesner as a partner in Copenhagen, eight years after he left the firm to take a senior role at the Danish competition watchdog.

04 August 2021


Featured in GCR 100 2021

Denmark’s competition bar may be small, but an increasing number of cross-border transactions and an enthusiastic antitrust authority ensure that firms maintain an impressive workload.

11 December 2020

Denmark refers accountant platform to prosecutor

Denmark’s competition watchdog has accused an accounting services platform of breaching rules on anticompetitive agreements by pressuring its users to raise prices, but counsel to the company says the decision relies on a novel theory of harm that stretches the law.

06 July 2020

Denmark refers Hugo Boss cases to prosecutor

The Danish Competition and Consumer Agency has asked the country’s public prosecutor to decide how to punish Hugo Boss and two fashion retailers for exchanging commercially sensitive information.

25 June 2020

Danish court rules cover bidding is anticompetitive

A court in Denmark has fined two construction companies and their senior executives for bid-rigging, overturning a lower court ruling finding the competition authority had not produced enough evidence to prove collusion.

08 January 2020

Denmark issues record high antitrust fine

An ambulance service provider that abused its dominance by smearing a rival must pay 30 million kroner (€4.01 million), a Danish court has ruled.

17 December 2019

RPM fine upheld against hair products company

Hair products wholesaler Icon Hairspa violated Denmark’s competition law by demanding that its dealers not sell Kevin Murphy products cheaper than a certain price, an appellate court has ruled.

17 December 2019


Featured in Competition Economics Handbook 2020

06 November 2019

Denmark upholds Nets abuse of dominance decision

A Danish appeals court has upheld a competition authority decision finding payment service provider Nets abused its dominant position by imposing exclusivity agreements on customers.

27 September 2019

Norway proposes €2 million gun-jumping fine

Norway’s competition authority has issued a statement of objections to a national supermarket chain for gun jumping, with the enforcer looking at fines of €2 million.

17 July 2019

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