A UK appellate court has confirmed that a ban on authorised dealers’ online sales is a by-object infringement, and backed a ruling from the Competition Appeal Tribunal that distinguished the case from the Coty ruling.
Empirical data should not be required to prove a company’s conduct is exempt from competition law, counsel to MasterCard has argued to the UK Supreme Court.
A UK appeals court was wrong to find that Visa’s and Mastercard’s multilateral interchange fees are anticompetitive, because it ignored evidence that the level of the fees did not affect merchants’ ability to negotiate with banks, Visa’s counsel has argued.
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.
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority will release its interim report on its market study into online platforms and digital advertising next week, an official has said.
Damien Geradin has left Euclid Law to start a new competition law boutique in Brussels.
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