The UK’s incumbent postal company has said it will appeal against a £50 million fine handed down by the country’s communications regulator for abusing its dominant position in the market for delivery of business letters.
Portugal’s Competition Authority has sent a statement of objections to the brewer Super Bock Group and six of its directors for alleged resale price maintenance.
Material used by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority to obtain a search warrant that is protected under public interest immunity cannot be disclosed even into a confidentiality ring, an English appeal court has ruled.
The European Commission yesterday issued its long-anticipated decision and a record fine against Google for abusing its dominance through restrictions on its Android mobile device operating system. Tom Madge-Wyld gauged reaction to the decision, which lawyers say answered some big questions, but raised several more.
A European lawyer and former litigator at the US Department of Justice has said that given how cartels operate, whistleblowers should not have to go through an internal reporting system at their companies when reporting evidence of potential antitrust offences.
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