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Most competition authorities have a preference for structural remedies in merger cases in the form of divestitures while behavioural ..read more

P2s Get Longer, But P1s Don’t! Two 2018 P2s, cleared in 2019, took over 320 days.  One of the two decisions is published and runs to 240 ..read more

From 1 January 2020, the Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “CPC”) has been applying new merger filing ..read more

As you are aware, the UK will be leaving the EU this Friday 31 January (Exit Day). The CMA has published guidance on how Brexit affects the ..read more

Although criminal liability for cartels was introduced into the Russian criminal law more than twenty years ago (in 1997), it is fair to ..read more

Background On 20 December 2019, the Dutch Authority for Consumers & Markets (ACM) published a decision in which the commitment to ..read more

I. Introduction Algorithms may raise competition concerns especially when assessing collusive practices. Very often, the term “algorithm ..read more

The Davies Forecast of Top 5 Trends and Issues for Canadian Competition Law in 2020 Jim Dinning, Anita Banicevic and Mark Katz Here is ..read more

CICRA stands for Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities. This is the competition authority for Jersey and Guernsey, small ..read more

UK Competition Appeal Tribunal Judgment: Pushing the Envelope on Abuse of Dominance The CAT’s Royal Mail v Ofcom judgment considers what ..read more

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