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    bpv Hügel

    Premium - December 05, 2013

    GCR 100 - 14th Edition

    AustriaThe practice at bpv Hügel prides itself not only the quantity but the quality of its work - practice head Astrid Ablasser-Neuhuber says the team takes on the most "difficult and complex" competition cases in the region. Who's Who Legal nominee Ablasser-Neuhuber draws across-the-board praise for her work, while fellow nominee Florian Neumayr is a highly respected litigator. The firm has the only Austrian competition practice with a fully integrated litigation team, acting ...

    Austria

    Premium - December 03, 2013

    GCR 100 - 14th Edition

    Austria's competition bar is benefiting from a surge in new casework at the country's competition enforcer, along with a corresponding uptick in compliance advice.Elite The practice at bpv Hügel prides itself not only the quantity but the quality of its work - practice head Astrid Ablasser-Neuhuber says the team takes on the most "difficult and complex" competition cases in the region. Who's Who Legal nominee Ablasser-Neuhuber draws across-the-board praise for her work, while fellow nominee ...

    Austria's competition bar

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    October 2013

    For a small group, the quality of Austria's competition bar is high - an impressive 16 practitioners are nominated to Who's Who Legal. While merger work remains scarce, the firms we profile are benefiting from a surge in new casework ... inroads in the Austrian market since we last visited Vienna in 2010. Elite The top-drawer competition practice at bpv Hügel prides itself not only the quantity but the quality of its work - practice head Astrid Ablasser-Neuhuber says ...

    Settling down

    Premium - October 07, 2013

    October 2013

    Negotiated behind closed doors and approved within in a matter of hours, settlements in Austria have proved an efficient weapon in the country's fight against practices that harm competition. But important figures in the competition community believe...

    Czech authority wins appeal for case rehearing

    Premium - October 01, 2013

    The Czech Republic's Office for the Protection of Competition has won an appeal to have its abuse of dominance case against a travel company reheard after a regional court rejected the enforcer's proposed fine. In 2011, the authority opened ... ordered the regional court to rehear the case. The reasons for the judgment have yet to be published. Arthur Braun, at bpv Braun Partners in Prague, says train services should have been taken into account because consumers often compare the price ...

    Rewe fined for dawdling on merger commitments

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    After twice granting the German supermarket group an extension, the Czech Republic's Office for the Protection of Competition has confirmed fines of over €900,000 on the Rewe group for dragging its feet on applying merger remedies.It is the first ... big supermarkets to put their expansion plans on hold. But observers take a dim view of these claims. Says Arthur Braun, at bpv Braun Partners in Prague: "The supermarket industry is not exactly booming right now, but I find it hard to believe ...

    Austria: Overview

    Premium - August 08, 2013

    The European Antitrust Review 2014

    Regulatory framework The main Austrian antitrust law statute is the Cartel Act 2005. The Cartel Act contains the rules on cartels, horizontal and vertical agreements, abuse of dominance, mergers and enforcement procedure. The Competition Act lays down...

    Czech enforcer goes after professional associations

    Premium - July 30, 2013

    Professional associations in the Czech Republic may be harming competition among their members, the Czech Republic's Office for the Protection of Competition has concluded.The authority made the announcement yesterday, after finishing a preliminary ... around 20 investigations of groups representing - among other things - vets, doctors, pharmacists, lawyers and engineers. Arthur Braun, at bpv Braun Partners in Prague, says: "It is interesting that they are looking at professional associations ...

    ECJ rules on Schenker point of law

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    In a decision that has been described as important and far-reaching, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) yesterday ruled that companies may not escape sanctions under EU competition law even if acting on a ruling by a national competition authority or...

    ASTRID ABLASSER-NEUHUBER

    Premium - March 07, 2013

    Women in Antitrust 2013

    Partner, bpv Hügel Rechtsanwälte, Vienna Years in antitrust: 18 There is little frustration in working in antitrust, but much excitement! The use of dawn raids and other enforcement tools has heavily increased over the years. At the same time, private enforcement is steadily growing. Both developments are best placed to raise adrenalin. It's difficult to speak about the proudest moment of one's career. One could list the biggest merger cases and antitrust battles before national ...

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