Malta proposes abolishing competition appeals tribunal

Malta’s government is consulting on a series of amendments to its competition law, in part to remedy constitutional defects brought to light in 2016.

Royal Mail to appeal against record fine from regulator

Portugal hits Super Bock with RPM chargesheet

Public interest immunity docs cannot be disclosed, English court rules

Waiting for the dust to settle

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.

DG Comp advice on whistleblowers “doesn’t make sense”, says lawyer

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.

Ofcom appoints Affuso as chief economist

The UK’s Office of Communications has appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers director Luisa Affuso as its new chief economist.

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