A senior official at the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has said that tailored regulation may be required to overcome the commercial frictions that competition law cannot remove.
A survey on immunity and leniency applications presented to the International Competition Network’s cartel workshop in Tel-Aviv yesterday has revealed that the majority of competition experts surveyed did not experience a drop in leniency applications in the past five years.
Google will start charging smartphone manufacturers for access to its app store, as it looks to comply with the European Commission’s findings that it imposed anticompetitive restrictions on Android device makers.
Ireland’s close relationship with multinational companies has agitated the European Commission, which accuses it of offering anticompetitive state aid. Hettie O’Brien looks at whether the small nation can afford to lose its corporate allies
The European Court of Justice’s recent Heitkamp Bauholding ruling shows the importance the courts attach to the selectivity principle in state aid – but the European Commission lacks “the right toolkit” to define the correct reference system in such cases, a commission official has said.
Caamaño Concheiro and Seoane has recruited Francisco Marcos, a professor at IE Law School in Madrid, as an academic consultant to advise on damages claims following-on from the European Commission’s trucks cartel decision.
David Higbee, John Cove, Jessica Delbaum, Djordje Petkoski, Ryan Shores, Todd Stenerson and Mark Weiss
Tito Andrade, Maria Eugênia Novis de Oliveira and Marcos Paulo Verissimo
Fernando Carreño and Paloma Alcantra
Jesús Eloy Espinoza Lozada
Jacques Derenne and Dimitris Vallindas
Adina Claici and Elisa Pau