A Dutch court has asked the European Court of Justice to clarify whether claimants can seek compensation for alleged anticompetitive conduct that took place before new EU competition rules came into effect in 2004.
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into Johnson & Johnson’s proposed acquisition of Takeda's surgical patch product.
Sweden’s Competition Authority has launched a review into its organisational structure to determine if it could impose fines without turning to a court, but lawyers are sceptical that such a power is imminent.
Igor Artemiev has led Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service for 15 years and seen it grow into one of the world’s most competent competition authorities.
Most of the complaints that the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority receives stem from a past merger that has had subsequent market effects, the enforcer’s chief executive has said.
Andrea Coscelli has been reappointed as head of the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority, in a move that one lawyer has termed an “easy call”.
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