EU General Court rules on DG Comp dawn raids

A European court has partially annulled the basis for a European Commission dawn raid on Czech railway operator České dráhy, but in a separate decision upheld the legality of documents the enforcer seized during that raid, which led to a subsequent search of the same company.

Portuguese companies cancel merger after Phase II threat

Tyrie begins as new CMA chair

UK newspaper deal cleared after government intervention

An interview with Isabelle de Silva

France’s Competition Authority has ditched the idea of introducing deal value thresholds to its merger control regime. Isabelle de Silva, president of the authority, told Tom Madge-Wyld why, citing potential risks to predictability and legal certainty.

Steenbergen sceptical of interim measures in online markets

The head of Belgium’s Competition Authority has said that interim relief is better suited to solving harm in traditional markets and may not provide the answer to competition concerns in the digital economy.

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