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The European Commission has recently referred four mergers to the French Competition Authority for further examination.
The Spanish Competition Authority has opened infringement proceedings against 15 companies involved in the manufacturing and supply of absorbent products.
The European Court of Justice has rejected a ruling by the General Court that pricing measures were ‘by object’ restrictions of competition under EU law.
The highest European Court has dismissed MasterCard’s appeal challenging a finding that its EEA cross-border interchange fees restricted EU competition law.
The Patents Court finds a patent for asthma treatment invalid on the ground of obviousness
Simon Ricketts, joint-head of UK Real Estate, says the proposed lifting of EIA screening threshold is good news for developers and local authorities in a column for Planning.
When buying or selling a business, staying closely involved in the detail of the agreement is critical to securing the deal that you think you’ve made.
Employment law alert from King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin on the employment and pensions implications of Scottish independence.
Tamasin Little, Finance partner, wrote an article for Global Banking & Finance Review reflecting on the end of the AIFMD transitional period.
A look the Court of Justice’s decision in Karen Millen v Dunnes Stores concerning the interpretation of the requirement that a Community design must have ‘individual character’.
Shaistah Akhtar is a regular contributor to our Business Litigation Alert, primarily focusing on fraud, bribery and sanctions issues in Europe and around the world.