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The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has imposed interim measures for the first time in extending a decade-old commitment decision by the European Commission relating to an agreement between American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Finnair and Aer Lingus.
18 September 2020
The UK’s electricity grid operator has settled for an undisclosed sum its damages claim against NKT following-on from the European Commission’s power cables cartel decision.
17 September 2020
Competition specialist Kelyn Bacon QC is leaving Brick Court Chambers after 20 years to become a judge in the Chancery Division of the High Court of England and Wales.
17 September 2020
The UK government has asked a member of parliament to examine how the country’s competition policy can be strengthened, as it prepares to leave the EU and recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
15 September 2020
Latham & Watkins and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton are advising Nvidia on its $40 billion purchase of Arm from SoftBank, while the Japanese seller has tapped Morrison & Foerster to help guide the deal through merger reviews on three continents.
14 September 2020
A UK judge has paused a sexually-transmitted disease testing company’s standalone abuse of dominance claim against Royal Mail to give the companies an opportunity to settle after issuing an interim injunction in favour of the claimant.
11 September 2020
The UK government will follow World Trade Organization rules on subsidy control after the country leaves the European Union at the end of this year.
10 September 2020
The UK’s competition enforcer has censured Lloyds Banking Group for unlawfully making small business owners open business bank accounts to access a coronavirus-related government loan scheme.
08 September 2020
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has fined Amazon for failing to hand over documents on time during the enforcer’s review of the company’s investment in Deliveroo.
07 September 2020
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has dropped its fourth and final coronavirus-linked excessive pricing probe, after concluding that the prices charged by a pharmacy were unlikely to have breached competition rules.
04 September 2020
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