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    Vestager refuses to pause state aid rules

    May 01, 2020

    EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has rejected a request from Austrian politicians to suspend European state aid rules during the coronavirus pandemic. In a letter to Austria's finance minister Gernot Blümel and economy minister ... research and for investing in the production of equipment needed for coronavirus treatment.  Christian Schneider, a partner at bpv Hügel Rechtsanwälte, said criticism of the EU state aid rules may be a "distraction tactic", as original measures ...

    ECJ: subsidy providers can claim damages from cartel

    December 12, 2019

    ... h Binder Grösswang Partners Raoul Hoffer and counsel Isabelle Innerhofer in Vienna Counsel to Kone Schoenherr Partner Hanno Wollmann in Vienna Counsel to Thyssenkrupp Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Partner Thomas Kustor in Vienna Reidlinger Schatzmann Partner Axel Reidlinger in Vienna Counsel to Schindler Baker McKenzie Partner Andreas Traugott in Vienna assisted by Anita Lukaschek Counsel to Otis bpv Huegel Partner Florian Neumayr in Vienna...Author: Janith Aranze...

    Austria is sole block to convenience food deal

    October 25, 2019

    Austria's competition authority will not allow REWE to take over a rival consumer goods supplier in the country, despite German and EU enforcers unconditionally clearing the deal. The Federal Competition Authority said on Monday that REWE cannot acquire...

    AG Kokott clarifies scope of EU damages actions

    Premium - July 29, 2019

    An Austrian public authority that subsidised loans to victims of an elevator cartel has a sufficient causal link to be entitled to compensation from the cartelists, European Court of Justice advocate general Juliane Kokott has said. In an opinion released...

    Amazon amends seller rules globally to resolve German and Austrian probes

    Premium - July 17, 2019

    Amazon is changing its terms and conditions to improve access to its online marketplace, after enforcers in Germany and Austria found it may be imposing abusive and discriminatory conditions on retailers that sell on Marketplace. Germany's Federal Cartel...

    Cuatrecasas hires investigations head from enforcer

    Premium - March 20, 2019

    The former director general for investigations at Portugal's Competition Authority has joined Cuatrecasas in Lisbon, while firms in Brussels, Austria and India have also hired and promoted new partners. Cuatrecasas Pedro Marques Bom, 43, has joined the...

    Google probe dropped by Germany and Austria

    Premium - January 21, 2019

    Germany and Austria's antitrust enforcers have ceased a joint probe into Google, now that the online search giant and adblocker company Eyeo have changed the terms of a potentially anticompetitive contract. German company Eyeo operates the Adblock ... respond to a request for comment. A spokesperson for Eyeo declined to comment. Counsel to Google Austria BPV Legal Partners Astrid Ablasser Neuhuber in Vienna and Gerhard Fussenegger in Brussels Germany Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton ...

    Vienna transport company settles refusal to deal claim

    Premium - October 10, 2018

    An Austrian media company and Vienna's municipal transport company have reached a settlement that ensures equal access for newspaper stands outside subway stations. Wiener Linien - which runs most of the public transit networks in Vienna ... respond immediately to a request for comment. Counsel to Wiener Linien Norbert Wiesinger Counsel to Mediengruppe Österreich Huegel Partner Astrid Ablasser-Neuhuber in Vienna                  ...Author: Janith Aranze...

    ECJ sends deal back to national court

    Premium - September 08, 2017

    The European Court of Justice yesterday ruled that a merger between two asphalt companies fell within the remit of Austrian national courts because the joint venture in question does not function autonomously. The judgment comes after Advocate ... fully functioning enterprise" because the Murzzuschlage plant only served its parent companies. Florian Neumayr, a partner at BPV Hügel Rechtsänwalte in Vienna, noted the Supreme Court's question hinged on whether the test should apply ...

    Austria fines power tool maker

    Premium - April 21, 2017

    Austria's Cartel Court has ruled that Makita must pay €1.56 million for 13 years' worth of anticompetitive conduct, during which time the power tool manufacturer negotiated resale prices with retailers and imposed a ban on parallel trade ... lists were only suggestive, there are ways of fixing ‘non-binding' indications," Thyri added. Florian Neumayr, a partner at bpv Hügel Rechtsanwälte in Vienna, said the significant fine reduction shows the potential rewards of collaborating ...

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